After the unfortunate cancellation of the press conference to announce the initial lineup for the Toronto Film Festival 2018, TIFF is now back on track. With the upcoming festival spanning from Thursday, September 6, to Sunday, September 16, you have much to look forward to right from day one.

Here is the Toronto Film Festival 2018 lineup of presentations, galas, and platforms to keep an eye on:

Galas 2018

“Beautiful Boy,” Felix van Groeningen, USA, World Premiere
“Everybody Knows,” Asghar Farhadi, Spain/France/Italy, North American Premiere
“First Man,” Damien Chazelle, USA, Canadian Premiere
“Galveston,” Mélanie Laurent, USA, Canadian Premiere
“The Hate U Give,” George Tillman, Jr., USA, World Premiere

“Hidden Man,” Jiang Wen, China, International Premiere
“High Life,” Claire Denis, Germany/France/Poland/United Kingdom, World Premiere
“Husband Material,” Anurag Kashyap, India, World Premiere
“The Kindergarten Teacher,” Sara Colangelo, USA, Canadian Premiere
“The Land of Steady Habits,” Nicole Holofcener, USA, World Premiere
“Life Itself,” Dan Fogelman, USA, World Premiere
“The Public,” Emilio Estevez, USA, World Premiere
“Red Joan,” Sir Trevor Nunn, United Kingdom, World Premiere
“A Star is Born,” Bradley Cooper, USA, North American Premiere
“Shadow,” Zhang Yimou, China, North American Premiere
“What They Had,” Elizabeth Chomko, USA, International Premiere
“Widows,” Steve McQueen, United Kingdom/USA, World Premiere

Special Presentations 2018

“Ben is Back,” Peter Hedges, USA, World Premiere
“Burning,” Lee Chang-dong, South Korea, North American Premiere
“Can You Ever Forgive Me?,” Marielle Heller, USA, International Premiere
“Capernaum,” Nadine Labaki, Lebanon, North American Premiere
“Cold War,” P awe? Pawlikowski, Poland/UnitedKingdom/France, Canadian Premiere
“Colette,” Wash Westmoreland, United Kingdom, Canadian Premiere

“Dogman,” Matteo Garrone, Italy/France, Canadian Premiere
“The Front Runner,” Jason Reitman, USA, International Premiere
“Giant Little Ones,” Keith Behrman, Canada, World Premiere
“Girls of the Sun” (Les filles du soleil), Eva Husson, France, International Premiere
“Hotel Mumbai,” Anthony Maras, Australia, World Premiere
“The Hummingbird Project,” Kim Nguyen, Canada, World Premiere
“If Beale Street Could Talk,” Barry Jenkins, USA, World Premiere
“Maya,” Mia Hansen-Løve, France, World Premiere
“Manto,” Nandita Das, India, North American Premiere
“Monsters and Men,” Reinaldo Marcus Green, USA, Canadian Premiere
“Mouthpiece,” Patricia Rozema, Canada, World Premiere Special Presentations Opening Night
“Non-Fiction,” Olivier Assayas, France, Canadian Premiere
“The Old Man & the Gun,” David Lowery, USA, International Premiere
“Papi Chulo,” John Butler, Ireland, World Premiere
“Roma,” Alfonso Cuarón, Mexico/USA, Canadian Premiere
“Shoplifters,” Hirokazu Kore-eda, Japan, Canadian Premiere Special Presentations Closing Night
“The Sisters Brothers,” Jacques Audiard, USA/France/Romania/Spain, North American Premiere
“Sunset,” László Nemes, Hungary/France, North American Premiere
“Through Black Spruce,” Don McKellar, Canada, World Premiere
“The Wedding Guest,” Michael Winterbottom, United Kingdom, World Premiere

“The Weekend,” Stella Meghie, USA, World Premiere
“Where Hands Touch,” Amma Asante, United Kingdom, World Premiere
“White Boy Rick,” Yann Demange, USA, International Premiere
“Wildlife,” Paul Dano, USA, Canadian Premiere

Platforms 2018

“Angelo,” Markus Schleinzer, Austria/Luxembourg, World Premiere
“Cities of Last Things,” Ho Wi Ding, Taiwan/China/USA/France, World Premiere
“Destroyer,” Karyn Kusama, USA, International Premiere
“Donnybrook,” Tim Sutton, USA, World Premiere Platform Opening Film
“The Good Girls (Las niñas bien),” Alejandra Márquez Abella, Mexico, World Premiere
“Her Smell,” Alex Ross Perry, USA, World Premiere
“The Innocent,” Simon Jaquemet, Switzerland/Germany, World Premiere
“Jessica Forever,” Caroline Poggi and Jonathan Vinel, France, World Premiere Platform Closing Film
“Mademoiselle de Joncquières,” Emmanuel Mouret, France, World Premiere
“Out of Blue,” Carol Morley, UK, World Premiere
“The River,” Emir Baigazin, Kazakhstan/Poland/Norway, North American Premiere
“Rojo,” Benjamín Naishtat, Argentina/Brazil/France/Netherlands/Germany, World Premiere