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Parties, movies, dreamy celebs, etc.: Writer and filmmaker Chandler Levack takes a deep dive into the world of TIFF, and we're all invited to join her.
The moody master brings his expertise to TIFF for a three-film series on now.
From embattled punk bands to Yakuza vampires, this year's action-thriller-horror series has something for everyone but your children and your grandmother.
Jessica Alba shows Toronto some dance moves.
Finally, a romantic comedy that Toronto can call its own.
Beers, bars, and broken English make up Hong Sang-soo's latest delight.
Willem Defoe steps into the shoes and thick frames of Pier Paolo Pasolini for Abel Ferrara's dreamy portrait.
Viggo Mortensen wanders into the heart of darkness in this strange little off-Western.
Nothing shatters the illusion that TIFF is about art like seeing people with TIFF lanyards eating at Hooters.
The missed opportunity that was Festival Street, and why Torontonians should embrace TIFF without all the grumbling.
Chris O'Dowd, Adam Sandler, Kevin Smith—these and other celebrities too lazy to dress properly.
A friendly reminder to film critics who take themselves too seriously.
We're fast approaching peak Bill Murray.
The best and worst of the fest's opening night—featuring bike valets, Bill Murray Day, and a soppy Robert Downey, Jr. drama.
Aliens invade Toronto in a '70s sci-fi flick that's not quite good enough to rank as a B movie.
Checking your phone, charging your phone, and yelling at Adam Sandler.
Two of the festival's unsung heroes talk glamour, caffeine intake, and (literally) hitting the wall.
Toronto-based actors and filmmakers explain what TIFF means to them—and get out their pre-festival jitters.