Louis CK to debut black-and-white movie at Toronto festival
NEW YORK (AP) — Louis C.K. has quietly shot a black-and-white 35mm film that he will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Festival organizers on Tuesday announced additions to Toronto’s lineup.
C.K.’s film is called “I Love You, Daddy” and will be unveiled at the early September festival. It stars C.K. as a TV producer and writer whose daughter is played by Chloe Grace Moretz.
“I Love You, Daddy” is the comedian’s first film since the 2001 release “Pootie Tang,” which he wrote and directed. He has made a habit of making new works a surprise, like last year’s web series “Horace and Pete.”
Brie Larson’s directorial debut, “Unicorn Store,” will also debut at Toronto. So will Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut, “Molly’s Game,” starring Jessica Chastain.