Film began with anonymous emails from Snowden to director Laura Poitras
Runner-up honors go to "Learning to Drive" and "St. Vincent," documentary prize to "Beats of the Antonov"
Toronto 2014: "The Look of Silence," "Merchants of Doubt" and "Tales of the Grim Sleeper" are all chilling
Toronto 2014: SPC's deal to distribute the Alzheimer's drama makes the four-time acting nominee a strong contender once again
Toronto 2014: In "Far From Men" and "Jauja," the actor appears onscreen speaking French, Danish, Spanish and Arabic
Toronto 2014: Writer-director Bill Pohlad's film may overreach at times -- but if you're not overreaching in a movie about the Beach Boys co-founder, you're...
Toronto 2014: The actress and her director, Liv Ullman, say men excuse their behavior now the same way they did 150 years ago
Toronto 2014: Drama about World War II codebreaker carries high hopes for a company with a remarkable track record
Director James Marsh and the film's two stars stop by TheWrap's video suite at the Toronto Film Festival
Toronto 2014: Chris Rock captures his comic persona with a raucous flick, while Noah Baumbach gives Ben Stiller a meaty role
Toronto 2014: Bennett Miller's wrestling drama wins raves, as do stars Steve Carell, Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo
Toronto 2014: Adds director Jean-Marc Vallee: "Chick flick, my ass!"
The festival has attracted stars like Denzel Washington, Melissa McCarthy, Channing Tatum and Bill Murray, but few cinematic knockouts
Toronto 2014: The film starring Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones draws the biggest reception of the festival so far, and seems destined for awards
Toronto 2014: Mike Binder's racially-charged drama may not win over critics, but it delivered for the film-festival audience
Toronto 2014: Director Shira Piven's dark comedy has the TIFF audience laughing uproariously -- and then getting dead serious
As a thunderstorm pelted the theater, Murray veered from gutbusting to heartwarming in Theodore Melfi's sentimental, well-received comedy
Two films from American distributor GKIDS showcase novel approaches from Ireland and Japan
As usual, the Toronto International Film Festival's opening-night film is designed more for audiences than critics
In two movies at the Toronto International Film Festival, the British comic seeks joy in "Hector and the Search for Happiness," but goes dark for...
The fall's largest festival has showcased the Best Picture winner for seven years in a row, but it won't be easy to extend the record
Toronto is the behemoth of the fall festivals, with a lineup of 285 features and 108 shorts. Here's a small sampling of films worth circling...
Director Hayao Miyazaki and writer Jean-Claude Carrière will also receive honors at the Governors Awards ceremony on Nov. 8
Colorado fest announces its lineup -- with few surprises, given Toronto's new full-disclosure rules
Stewart took time off from "The Daily Show" to direct a film that is smart and affecting, but not quite as sharp as you might...
But is it right to narrow the field before we've seen most of the movies?
Oscar-winning Italian actress will be saluted in Nov. 12 ceremony
Even on a night of unabashed McConaughey love, voters couldn't resist giving "Breaking Bad" an armful of parting gifts
With so many options this fall, leave it to TheWrap to tell you which films you should actually see
"The Artist" director's ambitious film about the conflict in Chechnya has been re-edited since its Cannes debut