In at least three major films at the Toronto festival, the life of the mind creates the context for the film's drama
Runner-up honors go to "Learning to Drive" and "St. Vincent," documentary prize to "Beats of the Antonov"
Saban Films, Bleecker Street, A24 and Radius were all active but Paramount walked away a big winner
Toronto 2014: Drama about World War II codebreaker carries high hopes for a company with a remarkable track record
Star of the film exploring the life and persecution of WWII mathematician Alan Turing for being a homosexual says showing sex is "not an exploration...
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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...
An Argentine comedy trumps "Birdman" and "The Imitation Game" while the confab says it could care less about Best Picture candidates
The British actor didn't make it to Colorado, but his film "The Imitation Game" is the hit of the festival's opening day
TheWrap's film reporter Jeff Sneider compares the two casts and crowns a hypothetical winner
More stars join Andy Serkis' directorial debut
'Sherlock' star heads up vocal talent for Andy Serkis' directorial debut
TV demonstrated its muscle, even during film studio panels
Peter Jackson promises this is his last adaptation of author J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy saga
Matthew Goode and Mark Strong co-star in the drama
The Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman mystery adventure show will continue to make fans squeal
The untitled film about the notorious Boston gangster is scheduled for release by Warner Bros.
"Sherlock" showrunner Steven Moffat says the BBC wasn't thrilled with the prospect of Cumberbatch playing the super-sleuth
"Sherlock" star to headline revival in London
"Sherlock" star's powers of deduction are not as strong as one would hope
Berlin: Lawrence Bender ("Pulp Fiction") is producing the movie, which was written by Jonathan W. Stokes and John Romano
TCA 2014: The producers of the PBS series talk longevity of show during Monday's panel discussion
Fox Searchlight featurette is tied to Jan 3 -- the day Northup was released from slavery
Black Bear Pictures' drama co-stars Keira Knightley, Matthew Goode, Mark Strong and Charles Dance
He's mostly been solving other people's "elementary" cases
J.R.R. Tolkien adaptation expected to rule the box office
Those who liked the film liked it better than the first, while those who didn't like it didn't like the first one to begin with
The Comedy Central star swears he's in it -- but he may not be easy to find
For those less-inclined to really cool extras, we also posted the standard version below