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"
Toronto 2014: Bennett Miller's wrestling drama wins raves, as do stars Steve Carell, Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo
TheWrap hosted a lunch for movie industry insiders at the Trump International Hotel's newly-refurbished restaurant, "America"
Toronto 2014: The film starring Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones draws the biggest reception of the festival so far, and seems destined for awards
Even comedy all-stars can't breathe life into the contrived situations and underwritten neurotics in this family-at-a-funeral dramedy
Toronto 2014: "There's a lot of us -- we want to be inspired, to be hopeful, challenged, surprised"
Adapted from the long-running TV hit, this reunion of the star and director of "Training Day" feels brutally direct after a summer of green-screen shenanigans
Toronto 2014: Adam Sandler and Jennifer Garner star in a story that settles into an earnest Internet-age drama
Toronto 2014: Mike Binder's racially-charged drama may not win over critics, but it delivered for the film-festival audience
"The studios don't make movies about people," says the director of "Wag the Dog" and now "The Humbling"
Festival announces more than 100 additions to its programs
David Dobkin film also stars Robert Duvall, Vera Farmiga and Billy Bob Thornton
The Liv Ullmann-directed drama will make its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival
Toronto International Film Festical will try to schedule repeat screenings for movies running on the Jewish holy days
As Toronto comes to an end, here are the surest Oscar bets, the best movies and the biggest disappointments
David O. Russell's "Silver Linings Playbook" follows in footsteps of "The King's Speech" and "Slumdog Millionaire," takes top audience prize at Toronto
Toronto's closing-night attraction, "Song for Marion," features Terence Stamp and Vanessa Redgrave in a predictable but crowd-pleasing tear-jerker
While some Toronto-watchers debate about which festival fave will take home the gold, other films debut to considerably less enthusiasm -- sorry, Billy Bob Thornton
As the industry exodus from Toronto picks up steam, Barry Levinson unveils a horror movie, Liz Garbus celebrates Marilyn Monroe and Ben Affleck gets slammed...
Joshua Oppenheimer's disturbing and transfixing "The Act of Killing" lets Indonesian killers re-enact their murders Hollywood-style
Millennium Entertainment has taken domestic distribution rights to updated “What Maisie Knew,” starring Alexander Skarsgard, Julianne Moore and Steve Coogan
The end of opening weekend at the much-lauded festival brings some grim films -- including one that one may have caused a patron to faint
"The We and the I" is the latest film from Michel Gondry, director of "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"
Keira Knightley says there's more to the sex scene in "Anna Karenina" than you'll see onscreen -- but it'll definitely be a DVD extra
The Toronto Film Festival launches with an uncharacteristically commercial film, the sci-fi thriller "Looper," and also includes Kristen Stewart's first red-carpet walk since hitting the...
The Toronto Film Festival has an Oscar-winning streak on the line -- and a history of showcasing a whole lot of everything
Press conference with Salam Fayyad is scheduled for Sept. 11
Toronto International Film Festival completes its schedule with Palme d'Or winner "Amour," international auteurs, conversations with David Geffen and others
Additions to Toronto Film Festival lineup also include projects from Martin McDonagh, Julien Temple and Rob Zombie, plus revivals of Hitchcock and Pixar