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The Just for Cats: Internet Cat Video Festival brings us the red carpet event we've all been waiting for.
Scripts, props, and costumes from the legendary director's movies will all be on display.
Steve McQueen’s acclaimed drama joins films by Alan Zweig, Sion Sono, and Jehane Noujaim as this year’s award winners.
Álex de la Iglesia's manic horror comedy is a career high point, thanks to its titular villainesses.
Sion Sono's love letter to Japanese cinema would be heartbreaking if it wasn't so much fun.
In which the red carpet loosens up for the festival's closing weekend.
Wish you'd seen more movies at the Toronto International Film Festival? It's not too late to fix that.
Gia Coppola inherits the family legacy: tender movies about teens.
Alanis Obomsawin casts her eye on youth education in Attawapiskat.
Our reviews of TIFF 2013's scariest, grossest, wildest films.
Jay Baruchel is hopelessly insecure, just like the rest of us!
A gorgeously crafted but downbeat tribute to a classic Hong Kong horror genre.
For the first time, TIFF is putting some of its short-film selections on YouTube.
Four tales of bloody revenge in a complex modern China.
Kelly Reichardt’s most accessible film to date is a haunting look at the aftermath of an activist plot gone wrong.
This lo-fi alien abduction tale is gooey, splattery fun.
Best buddies find that tourism sometimes bites in this faux-documentary chiller.
Raya Martin and Mark Peranson pour one out for film and the Mayan Apocalypse.