All of the Toronto Film Festival 2012 Distribution Deals

All of the Toronto Film Festival 2012 Distribution Deals

Sep 10, 2012

The Place Beyond the Pines

See all of the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival distribution deals below. We'll be updating each day as new deals are announced. (Updated 9/12/12)


The Place Beyond the Pines: Ryan Gosling teams up again with director Derek Cianfrance (Blue Valentine) for a drama set in Upstate New York, about a biker who turns to crime. With Bradley Cooper. Distributor: Focus Features. Expected release date: 2013. [The Wrap ]

Breaking the Girls: A college student is framed for murder after she picks the wrong kind of friend. With Madeline Zima, Agnes Bruckner, and Shawn Ashmore. Distributor: IFC Films. Expected release date: TBA. [The Wrap] (Updated 9/11/12)

Byzantium: Two vampires hiding a terrible secret go on the run. With Gemma Atherton, Jonny Lee Miller, and Saoirse Ronan; directed by Neil Jordan. Distributor: IFC Films. Expected release date: TBA. [Deadline] (Updated 9/12/12.)

Dangerous Liaisons: In a new Chinese-language take of the French novel, previously adapted into multiple film versions, Zhang Ziyi and Jang Dong-gun star with Cecilia Cheung. Distributor: Well Go USA. Expected release date: TBA. [The Hollywood Reporter ]

Fred Won’t Move Out: Elliot Gould stars in a drama about two grown children agonizing over whether their aged parents should remain in the family’s longtime home. Distributor: Virgil Films. Expected release date: September 21. [Indiewire]

Great Expectations: Ralph Fiennes and Helena Bonham Carter star in a new version of the classic novel by Charles Dickens, directed by Mike Newell. Distributor: Outsource Media Group. Expected release date: TBA. [Indiewire]

Imogene: Kristen Wiig and Annette Benning star in a dysfunctional family comedy. Directed by Robert Pulcini and Shari Springer Berman. Distributor: Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions. Expected release date: TBA. [Deadline] (Updated 9/11/12)

In the Fog: In this Russian-language drama, set in the western edges of the U.S.S.R. in 1942, three men are faced with impossible moral conflicts. Distributor: Strand Releasing. Expected release date: Spring 2013. [Indiewire]

Jayne Mansfield’s Car: Directed by Billy Bob Thornton, the family drama explores a culture clash in the Deep South of 1969; Thornton, Robert Duvall, John Hurt and Kevin Bacon star. Distributor: Anchor Bay. Expected release date: TBA. [Indiewire]

Leviathan: Documentary by Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna Paravel, shot in part by fishermen at sea, goes deep on the wide, wild world of fishing. Distributor: Cinema Guild. Expected release date: Early 2013. [Indiewire]

Much Ado About Nothing: Joss Whedon's black-and-white adaptation of Shakespeare was filmed in his house with family and friends during a break in filming The Avengers. Distributor: Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions. Expected release date: TBA. [The Hollywood Reporter] (Updated 9/12/12.)

Paradise Trilogy: Three films directed by Ulrich Seildl explore the themes of love, faith and hope, revolving around a woman, her sister and her daughter. Distributor: Strand Releasing: Expected release date: First quarter, 2013. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Something in the Air: A coming-of-age drama set in Europe amidst the political turmoil of 1968, directed by Olivier Assayas (Carlos, Summer Hours). Distributor: IFC Films. Expected release date: TBA. [The Hollywood Reporter ]

Stories We Tell: Actress turned feature film director Sarah Polley now turns to the documentary format to explore long-held family secrets -- beginning with her own. Distributor: Roadside Attractions. Expected release date: Early 2013. [The Hollywood Reporter] (Updated 9/11/12)

Thale: Two men encounter a mysterious woman who may be a mythical creature in this thriller from Norway. Distributor: XLrator. Expected release date: Early 2013. [Deadline] (Updated 9/12/12.)

Thanks for Sharing: Mark Ruffalo and Gwyneth Paltrow star in a sex-addiction comedy; with Tim Robbins. Distributor: Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions. Expected release date: 2013. [The Hollywood Reporter] (Updated 9/12/12.)

Three Worlds: Romantic feelings arise between a hit-and-run drunk driver and the emotionally troubled woman who witnessed his crime in this French-language drama. Distributor: Film Movement. Expected release date: TBA. [Indiewire]

The We and the I: On the last day of school, teenage students in the Bronx ride home on the bus and discuss their lives in this film directed by Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind). Distributor: Paladin and 108 Media. Expected release date: March 2013. [Indiewire]

The Unknown Known: The Life and Times of Donald Rumsfield: Documentary by Errol Morris on the controversial political figure. Distributor: Radius-TWC. Expected release date: 2013. [Deadline] (Updated 9/11/12)

What Maisie Knew: Julianne Moore and Steve Coogan star in a drama about a divorcing couple's bitter battle for custody of their six-year-old daughter. Distributor: Millennium Entertainment. Expected release date: TBA. [The Hollywood Reporter ] (Updated 9/12/12.)

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