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The festival's red carpet premieres include a vengeful Denzel Washington and an unhinged Steve Carell.
Leave it to our trend-setting friends in Russia to make a movie about a boorish mayor before anyone in Toronto got the chance.
An American indie filmmaker gets his John Carpenter on with this creepy tale of a sexually transmitted haunting.
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.
You're not a paparazzo, but you want some decent photos. Here's how to get them.
Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart, actress, spar over Kristen Stewart, celebrity, in the latest from Olivier Assayas.
Miles Teller and J.K. Simmons do some unconventional teacher-student bonding.
Xavier Dolan's film set in a post-apocalyptic Canada has a lot of bark and a little bite.
Timothy Spall hems, haws, and grunts his way to genius as the British painter J.M.W. Turner.
Steve Carell does his best Mr. Burns in Bennett Miller's tense, airless true-crime thriller.
Mark Ruffalo gets manic in this autobiographical feature debut from Maya Forbes.
David Cronenberg gets soapy with a star-studded black comedy about Hollywood ghosts and their wayward children.
The festival's homegrown slate features a host of familiar faces and plenty of young blood.
The ever-popular programs are packed once again with shock and suspense.
Fest's lineup now includes more big-name gets and globe-spanning programming.