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Toronto International Film Festival starts September 6 – Four Icelandic films screening

Let Me Fall, writer/director Baldvin Z‘s new feature, will have its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 6, where it will screen in the Contemporary World Cinema section. 

Many of the film‘s cast and crew will be in attendance at the world premiere, including director Baldvin Z, actors Elín Sif Halldórsdóttir, Eyrún Björk Jakobsdóttir, Thorsteinn Bachmann, Kristín Thóra Haraldsdóttir and Lára Jóhanna Jónsdóttir and producers Júlíus Kemp and Ingvar Thordarson.

Let Me Fall - Trailer

Woman at War, writer/director Benedikt Erlingsson‘s new feature, will continue its festival journey at Toronto, where it will have its North American premiere in the Discovery section. It was recently nominated for the Nordic Council Film Prize and the European Parliament‘s LUX Prize.

Woman at War - Trailer

Short film Viktoría by Brúsi Ólason will have its international premiere in the festival‘s Short Cuts section.

Norwegian/Icelandic short film To Plant a Flag by Bobbie Peers will have its world premiere at the festival, also in the Short Cuts section.

The Toronto International Film Festival will run from September 6 – 16.

The Icelandic Film Centre is at the festival in collaboration with Scandinavian Films.