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Founded in 1976, the Toronto International Film Festival, held each fall in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world. The festival’s major prize, the People's Choice Award (first given in 1978), is given to a feature-length film with the highest ratings as voted by the festival-going populace.
This tour (Tour de Cine Francés) is a film festival that displays the best selection of the french contemporaneous films at their original version with subs, all around Mexico and Central America every year at mid september.
Festival Sections (in order)
[01 - 23] Avant-premieres, the world’s finest films purchased for Slovenian distribution.
[24 - 44] World Film Panorama, front-runners of five-continent festivals.
[45 - 54] Perspectives, the official competitive section of new filmmakers competing for the Kingfisher Award
[55 - 60] Extravaganza, the so-called late-night cinema of daring idiosyncratic artists addressing sensual topics.
[61 - 74] Kings and Queens, films by notable and award-winning virtuosos of contemporary cinema.
[75 - 87] Retrospective, a thematic or overview retrospective of a foremost contemporary filmmaker
[88 - 93] Kinobalon, a selection of films for children aged 7 to 14.
Not included in the list: homages and shorts.
Films shown at Kosmorama Trondheim International Film Festival 2019.
(Missing titles: Forteljingar om mot, Tram Ride Round Trondhjem, Trondheim - en by i vekst, Trondheim i sol og sommer)