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 2011
From a schedule aching with choices, here's what's unmissable.
Yes, we're chastising a therapy movie for being too talky.
Director Sarah Polley is still a shaper of fine performances.
And then, like that, Toronto offers up a title that makes attendance so rewarding.
Unions dissolved, guilt reigned and faith in film thrived.
Brad Pitt stars in an intelligent and propulsive piece of locker-room drama.
Maybe it's churlish to criticize a movie so gentle and big-hearted.
Sometimes it's hard to tell if the filmmakers are kidding.
TIFF never fails to surprise, and not always in the nicest of ways.
The actor discusses his Bard-tastic directorial debut.
The Persepolis team switches to live-action in Chicken with Plums.
A British filmmaker turns to horror.
A handful of keepers from this year's edition of TIFF.
Keep an eye out for these titles, the best of the fest.
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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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