‘Black Swan,’ Woody Allen, Ben Affleck’s ‘The Town’ Highlight Toronto International Film Festival Lineup

This September, the Toronto International Film Festival returns for its 35th annual celebration, running from the 9th to the 19th. Today brings word of 51 of the titles set to screen at the event, many of them premieres. There are a lot of high-profile players featured on the list, from Darren Aronofsky to Woody Allen to David Schwimmer.

There are a lot of highlights here, movies that you’ll definitely want to see, whether you realize it now or not. Darren Aronofsky will premiere “Black Swan,” a thriller about a ballet dancer and her rival, starring Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis. Another big one is Ben Affleck’s sophomore directing effort “The Town,” which stars Blake Lively, Jon Hamm and Jeremy Renner. There’s also John Madden’s “The Debt,” starring Sam Worthington and Helen Mirren, and Woody Allen’s latest, “You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger.” Check out the full listing after the jump.

• Richard J. Lewis’ “Barney’s Version” starring Paul Giamatti
• Darren Aronofsky’s “Black Swan”
• John Madden’s “The Debt” with Helen Mirren
• Im Sang-Soo’s “The Housemaid”
• Tom Hooper’s biopic “The King’s Speech” with Colin Firth)
• Francois Ozon’s “Potiche” with Gerard Depardieu
• Ben Affleck’s “The Town”
• Mike Leigh’s “Another Year”
• Woody Allen’s “You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger”
• Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s “Biutiful”
• Julian Schnabel’s “Miral”
• Stephen Frears’ “Tamara Drewe”
• Sylvain Chomet’s “The Illusionist”
• Kim Jee-woon’s “I Saw the Devil”
• Andrew Lau’s “The Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen”
• Tran Anh Hung’s “Norwegian Wood”
• Rachid Bouchareb’s “Outside the Law”
• Mahamat-Saleh Haroun’s “A Screaming Man”
• Anurag Kashyap’s “That Girl in Yellow Boots”

• Mark Romanek’s adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro bestseller “Never Let Me Go”
• Mike Mills’ “Beginners”
• John Cameron Mitchell’s adaptation of David Lindsay-Abaire’s Pulitzer-winning play “Rabbit Hole” with Nicole Kidman)
• John Curran’s “Stone” (Robert De Niro, Edward Norton)
• British comic Richard Ayoade’s feature debut “Submarine”
• Michael Winterbottom’s improv road comedy “The Trip” (Steve Coogan, Rob Brydon)
• Nigel Cole’s working class comedy “Made In Dagenham”
• Eric Lartigau’s adaptation of Douglas Kennedy’s novel “The Big Picture” (Catherine Deneuve)
• Rowan Joffe’s “Brighton Rock,” based on the 1938 Graham Greene novel
• Tony Goldwyn’s “Conviction” (Hilary Swank)
• Kiran Rao’s Mumbai-set “Dhobi Ghat”
• Will Gluck’s high school potboiler “Easy A”
• Malcolm Venville’s bank robbery caper “Henry’s Crime” (Keanu Reeves)
• Ryan Fleck and Anna Bolden’s mental health dramedy “It’s Kind Of A Funny Story”
• Pierre Thoretton’s docu on Yves Saint Laurent “L’Amour Fou”
• Andrucha Waddington’s biopic on Spanish playwright Lope de Vega “Lope”
• David Schwimmer’s suburban chiller “Trust.”

• Philip Seymour hoffman’s “Jack Goes Boating”
• Danis Tanovic’s “Cirkus Columbia”
• Susanne Bier’s “In a Better World”
• Alain Corneau’s “Love Crime”

• Derek Cianfrance’s “Blue Valentine”
• Rodrigo Cortes’ “Buried”

• Michael McGowan’s “Score: A Hockey Musical”