Veteran director Woody Allen is set to unveil his latest film Cassandra’s Dream to North American audiences at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival.
The film, which stars Ewan McGregor and Colin Farrell as brothers, makes its worldwide debut in this month’s Venice festival, although there was already a ‘secret’ premiere in Spain, where the Annie Hall director is currently working.
The 32-year-old Toronto Film Festival is thought by many to be the first platform for potential Oscar winners and will also show Beatles-soundtracked musical Across the Universe and Elizabeth sequel The Golden Age.
The Coen Brothers have also announced that their latest, No Country For Old Men will be shown, after premiering at Cannes in May.
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