We’re happy to bring you an exclusive clip from the voyeuristic thriller, 388 Arletta Avenue, from writer/director Randall Cole (Real Time) and Tribeca Film. Starring Nick Stahl (Sin City), Mia Kirshner (The L Word) and Devon Sawa (Final Destination), 388 Arletta Avenue centers on a young couple who find themselves the subject of an unnerving and mysterious stalker. When Amy (Kirshner) mysteriously disappears, James (Stahl) must go to great lengths to find her, even if it means digging up the past or making new enemies in the present. Executive produced by writer/director Vincenzo Natali (Splice, Cube), 388 Arletta Avenue will be available on nationwide On Demand starting May 15th and with limited midnight theatrical releases starting May 18th. Hit the jump to check out the exclusive clip along with the poster from the film.
The 2011 Toronto International Film Festival has announced the films playing in their Canadian Features line-up and the seven films from first-time filmmakers in the “Canada First!” line-up. Notable movies in the Canadian Features program include Edwin Boyd (starring Scott Speedman, Kevin Durand, and Brian Cox), Goon (starring Seann William Scott, Jay Baruchel, and Liev Schreiber), and Guy Maddin’s new film Keyhole (starring Jason Patric and Isabella Rossellini). Previously announced films A Dangerous Method and Take This Waltz will play as part of the Canadian Galas program.
Hit the jump to check out the full line-up for the Canadian Features and Canada First! programs. Click here for the Galas and Special Presentations and click here for the Documentaries, Midnight Madness, and other TIFF programs. The 2011 Toronto International Film Festival runs from September 8 – 18th.
Shooting has begun on writer-director Randall Cole’s Hitchcockian thriller 388 Arletta Avenue . Don’t be put off by the annoying smiley, the film is described as a “wickedly smart mystery-thriller” by executive producer Vincenzo Natali (Splice), which sees a slight change in direction for Cole, who usually helms comedies (he directed Real Time in 2008 and the disappointing rom-com 19 months in 2002). The film plays with ever present fears surrounding the use and abuse of technology, specifically CCTV, and details a scenario in which a deadly stalker is able to constantly spy on and manipulate a couple using hidden cameras. It’s not a particularly star studded cast, but then horrors never are. The film features Nick Stahl (Sin City), Mia Kirshner (Vampire Diaries) and Devon Sawa (Final Destination) and will be produced by Splice producer Steve Hoban, and Mark Smith (The Spine). Hit the jump for the full synopsis and more.