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TIFF 2012: Alfred Hitchcock and Roberto Rossellini among directors in this year’s Cinematheque programme

TIFF 2012: Alfred Hitchcock and Roberto Rossellini among directors in this year’s Cinematheque programme

TIFF isn’t just about bright, shiny and new blockbusters. Sure, it requires celebrities and world premieres to get international attention, but the festival’s emphasis continues to be on showing great films from around the world. This year’s Cinematheque programme features restored classics like Alfred Hitchcock’s Dial M for Murder, Roberto Rossellini’s Stromboli and Roman Polanski’s Tess. Tickets to all TIFF Cinematheque screenings during the festival are complimentary and will be distributed at TIFF Bell Lightbox on a first come, first served basis two hours before each film screening

The Bitter Ash (Canada) Director: Larry Kent Starring: Alan Scarfe, Lynn Stewart, Philip Brown

The Cloud-Capped Star (India) Director: Ritwik Ghatak Starring: Supriya Choudhury, Anil Chatterjee, Niranjan Ray

Dial M for Murder (U.S.) Director: Alfred Hitchcock Starring: Ray Milland, Grace Kelly

Loin du Viêtnam (France) Directors: Joris Ivens, William Klein, Claude Lelouch, Agnès Varda, Jean-Luc Godard, Chris Marker, Alain Resnais Starring: Anne Bellec, Karen Blanguernon, Bernard Fresson

Stromboli (Italy and U.S.) Director: Roberto Rossellini Starring: Ingrid Bergman, Mario Vitale, Renzo Cesana

Tess (France and U.K.) Director: Roman Polanski Starring: Nastassja Kinski, Peter Firth, Leigh Lawson

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