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A friendly reminder to film critics who take themselves too seriously.
We're fast approaching peak Bill Murray.
The fest's nonfiction programming spans subjects as diverse as the Indonesian killings of the mid-1960s, Soviet hockey, and a Chinese pop idol contest.
In which Robert John Downey, Jr. proves for the 18-billionth time that he is a lovable scamp.
The best and worst of the fest's opening night—featuring bike valets, Bill Murray Day, and a soppy Robert Downey, Jr. drama.
Twitter user @tofilmcritic spoofs chain-smoking, self-persecuting professional movie-watchers.
Aliens invade Toronto in a '70s sci-fi flick that's not quite good enough to rank as a B movie.
Midnight Madness scares up some yakuza, a sexually transmitted ghost, an unhinged film editor, and Kevin Smith.
The horror-focused event brought stars and terrors to Fan Expo 2014.
The con is becoming blandly efficient and the merchandise largely predictable—but the fans still bring the spirit.
Sexually transmitted hauntings. Viggo Mortensen as a Danish general in 19th-century Patagonia. The films with the biggest buzz, and the ones we're most looking forward to.
Checking your phone, charging your phone, and yelling at Adam Sandler.
The festival's red carpet premieres include a vengeful Denzel Washington and an unhinged Steve Carell.
Two of the festival's unsung heroes talk glamour, caffeine intake, and (literally) hitting the wall.
A look at the fest's Special Presentations programme, from Kristen Stewart's finest performance to Xavier Dolan's latest hyperactive opus.
Toronto-based actors and filmmakers explain what TIFF means to them—and get out their pre-festival jitters.
The best places for frugal festival-goers to grab a quick bite between screenings.
Each week, Torontoist examines the upcoming TV listings and makes note of programs that are entertaining, informative, and of quality. Or, alternately, none of those. The result: Televisualist.