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 2012
Read our first impressions after the official North American premiere.
David O. Russell and Sarah Polley connect as the fest heats up.
The fest yields a cornucopia of crazy from the Wachowskis and Brian De Palma.
Ambition and go-for-broke nuttiness mark the 2012 edition.
Marriage hits the rocks in two emotional powerhouses.
They may not like the term, but plenty of movies find their winding way to the horror genre.
Breaking the waves with three filled-to-the-brim titles.
Behind-the-scenes players get their moments in the spotlight.
The director of Brick returns with a twisty, turny sci-fi brain teaser.
Blue Valentine's director takes on father issues.
The man behind Buffy the Vampire Slayer takes on the Bard.
It's another sly crime-comedy.
Divorce, seen through the eyes of a child.
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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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