The huge fall festival institutes a new policy, restricting its prime first-weekend slots to movies that haven't played another North American festival
Harvey Weinstein followed director John Carney everywhere -- even to the bathroom
Says the veteran producer: "I’m very specific about how I put my movies together -- it’s not fiddle-faddle"
TIFF's People's Choice Award has gone to Oscar Best Picture winner twice in the last six years; "Prisoners," "Philomena" named runners-up
"Kill Your Darlings," "We Gotta Get Out of This Place" and "The Past" are included in a final look at TIFF's feature films
Twist on the found-footage horror thriller finds documentarians diving into a suicidal 'sober' cult
Toronto's films include Law as "Dom Hemingway," Kline as Errol Flynn and docs on Burt's Bees, Berkeley and the art of cinema
Film follows retired woman's romance with a younger man
"Our Man in Tehran" details an escape where the Canadians ran the show and the biggest cliffhanger was a tea break
The Toronto International Film Fest just keeps attracting major musical talent
"Man of Tai Chi" is a rousing martial-arts epic directed by Reeves, while a legendary Japanese animator retires on a high note with the gorgeous...
Romantic comedy features former Harry Potter star in grown-up role
The adaptation of Tracy Letts' play is faithful to its source and that may be the problem
The studio chief said there's a cultural shift -- but that's not why he's releasing three stories with black protagonists this year
John Wells' adaptation of the Broadway play turns serious problems into grand entertainment, while Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy shine in the beautiful "Disappearance of...
Influential gay artist inspired everyone from Tom Ford to Freddy Mercury
Everyday Pictures and FilmBuff nab "Burt’s Buzz"
TIFF 2013 has brought strong movies (that's good), huge crowds (that's bad) and big money (for some)
TheWrap spoke to Guillermo del Toro after the Toronto premiere of the space drama
Alfonso Cuaron's Oscar-buzz film is a dazzling technical achievement that quietly turns into something more than that
John Carney's musical film prompted the festival's biggest bidding war, and for their money the Weinstein Company bought themselves a warm, funny crowd-pleaser
When the closest thing to a good guy also happens to be a convicted murderer, it's easy to figure out that this year's Toronto Film...
Philip Martin is directing the heist film, which co-stars Tye Sheridan
Bateman also stars as a grown man in the Spelling Bee
In case you missed it -- "Fifty Shades of Grey" casting haters got served, VOD's popularity is a mixed blessing for Indies and there's promising...
Following its triumphant bow in Telluride, Steve McQueen's brutal drama about slavery is another sign that Toronto doesn't really get going until Friday night
Somebody's Oscar hopes may have crashed on the shoals of Toronto
The CBS Films release is premiering Monday night at the Toronto Film Fest
Holly Hunter will co-star in David Gordon Green's drama, which will be financed and produced by Worldview
See the sights from the 35th annual Toronto International Film Festival