Toronto is one of the greatest cities in the world when it comes to film.

The Toronto International Film Festival (Tiff) Lightbox is showcasing several Danish co-productions as well as a retrospective of Danish filmmaker Lars Von Trier during their Fall Schedule.

If you are in the Toronto area in November, don’t miss this chance to enjoy these great Danish movies.

Retrospective

Lars von Trier: Waiting for the End of the World
Our select retrospective of Danish enfant terrible Lars von Trier’s key films highlights the daring unpredictability and constant evolution of this most exciting of contemporary filmmakers (November 9 – November 19)

Danish Co-Productions

Melancholia
As a young woman and her sister struggle with their private existential crisis, existence itself is placed in jeopardy by a meteor on a collision course with Earth in Lars von Trier’s unmissable new film (November 18- November 24).

Breaking the Waves
Lars Von Trier’s raw, controversial drama was the dry run for his famed “Dogma 95” movement, yoking the signifiers of naturalism (handheld cameras, location shooting) to an almost magic realist fable of faith and redemption (Wednesday, November 9 at 6:30 pm)

For a complete listing of screening times and schedules, please visit:  www.tiff.net

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