Guy Maddin’s HAUNTINGS

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Guy Maddin’s project haunted TIFF Bell Lightbox with a series of short film installations that engage the ghosts of cinema. Starting from the premise that every filmmaker has an unrealized project, a half-finished or abandoned film doomed to oblivion or left on the cutting-room floor, Maddin  produced a series of shorts that explore the lost history of cinema. From Hitchcock to Murnau to Ophuls, these “lost, unrealized and aborted” films will be shown both in the main gallery space and projecting out from the fifth floor of the building every night during the festival.