In this film festival, Steven Spielberg will premiere the film inspired by his childhood

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The last film of the American director Steven Spielberg, “The Fabelmans”, a drama inspired by the filmmaker’s childhood, will have its world premiere at Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) to be held in the city Canadian from September 8 to 18.

Even if ITIFF is one of the most important film festivals in the worldis the first time a Spielberg film has screened on the Canadian show.

Steven Spielberg’s Decision

Own Spielberg is responsible for the screenplay alongside the American writer Tony Kusher, winner of a Pulitzer in 1993 for his play “Angels in America”.

Spielberg and Kusher have collaborated in the past on films such as ‘Munich’ in 2005, ‘Lincoln’ in 2012 and ‘West Side Story’, who was nominated for Best Picture Oscar.

In addition, Steven Spielberg is one of the most recognized filmmakers in the world. for their bands ‘Jaws’ ‘Jurassic Park’ and ‘E.T’, so the news of its premiere blew all its followers away because it’s not only a great location but also, it means Spielberg is starting to make a different kind of cinema.

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What is Les Fabelman about?

“The Fabelmans” stars Michelle Williams, Paul Dano, Seth Rogen, Gabriel LaBelle, Jeannie Berlin and Judd Hirsh, among others.

Williams brings to life a character based on the filmmaker’s mother while Dano plays his father. The role of the young Spielberg matches LaBelle.

The film is slated to premiere in New York and Los Angeles on November 11. After its screening in the two American cities, “The Fabelmans” It will be released in the rest of the country.

We can’t wait to see the new movie Steven Spielberg in “The Fabelmans”‘ and learn more about the chaotic life of this director.

Alvin Nguyen

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