Toronto, ON — The Toronto International Film Festival announced Saturday that “Titanica” will premiere in Canada on Sept. 20 at the Canadian Film Centre, with a full run of theatrical screenings and screenings of the film at Toronto’s many museums and theatres, including the Toronto Film Archive.

The festival’s executive director of programming, Daniel S. O’Brien, said the film will open in theatres across the country with screenings starting Oct. 7 and finishing Oct. 21.

He said “Titania” will be a limited release.

“We want to make sure that the festival is really proud of the work that has been done and we want to do everything we can to make it available in all the theatres we have on the festival circuit,” O’Brien said.

Tickets for “Titans” go on sale Oct. 8 at 10 a.m.

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Other premieres in the film include “Taken,” “Hacksaw Ridge,” “The Revenant” and “The Imitation Game.”

“Titanics” was directed by Scott Rudin, who is producing the film along with his wife, Jennifer, and executive producer Dan Cohen.

The film also stars Elizabeth Olsen and Chris Pratt.