Toronto Film Festival: Reviews, news, interviews and photos
Full coverage of the Toronto International Film Festival, including movie reviews of the biggest TIFF premieres and interviews with breakout stars.
Toronto Film Festival 2013
Our first day at the fest has sex on the brain, generously onscreen, and long after the love is gone.
We review the festival's first sensation, a triumph from director Steve McQueen.
The Seinfeld star talks about comic humiliation and working with James Gandolfini.
Hustlers play the odds in three studies of brinkmanship.
Families bare their fangs in a trio of domestic melodramas.
Lukas Moodysson, the great hope of Swedish teen cinema, is back with an underage punk-rock powerhouse.
The star reminds us that he's got acting chops, courtesy of filmmaker David Gordon Green.
A scratchpad of where we are in the fest, touching on ten titles.
Dreaming the big dream, Toronto's sci-fi impresses.
The British director gives us a close encounter of the truly otherworldly kind.
Some final thoughts as we wrap our festival coverage.
The Oscar-winning documentarian meets his match with his latest subject.
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What is TIFF?
Originally known as the "Festival of Festivals" in 1976, the Toronto International Film Festival has become the most comprehensive and prestigious cinema showcase of the fall season. This year's edition will present 288 features, 146 of which are world premieres.
When is TIFF?
When is TIFF? This year, the fest runs September 5–15 2013.
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