The reaction from Toronto, Telluride and Venice was so extravagant this year that a couple of films have nowhere to go but down
"12 Years a Slave” and “Gravity” deliver, Matthew Weiner will always have TV, and a crowded Oscar race looms
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
The star of "Dom Hemingway" also has four variations of the F-word
Toronto's films include Law as "Dom Hemingway," Kline as Errol Flynn and docs on Burt's Bees, Berkeley and the art of cinema
"Our Man in Tehran" details an escape where the Canadians ran the show and the biggest cliffhanger was a tea break
While promoting his directorial debut, "Man of Tai Chai," Reeves sounded unsure that a sequel to the 1989 and 1991 cult comedies would ever see...
"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...
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...
One-half of the rivalry depicted in 'Rush' laments that his one-time nemesis wasn't there to see it
TIFF 2013 has brought strong movies (that's good), huge crowds (that's bad) and big money (for some)
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...
Francesca Gregorini will direct the project being sold at Toronto
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
Jesse Eisenberg is beside himself with dread in a new look at the Richard Ayoade film
Bill Condon's impeccably cast, well-paced WikiLeaks drama "The Fifth Estate" is preceded by a tribute to the late critic
The behemoth of the fall festivals has arrived, with a lineup too vast to comprehend and a six-year Oscar winning streak on the line
Here's how the awards-season looks, going into a key a six-week blitz that includes the Venice, Telluride, Toronto and New York festivals
"Inside Llewyn Davis," "Nebraska" and "All Is Lost" are playing festivals before and after TIFF, but bypassing what is usually a regular stop on the...
Jason Reitman’s Live Read, David Cronenberg-inspired art and conversations with Ron Howard and Harvey Weinstein also highlight final programming additions
Producers behind the upcoming film have released another image of Monteith in character as a drug addict
From galas to midnight movies, "The Fifth Estate" to "Life of Crime," here's the full TIFF slate
Other Canadian films added to festival lineup include new work from Denis Villeneuve, Bruce McDonald and Xavier Dolan
TIFF doc slate is full of cinema legends: Claude Lanzmann, Marcel Ophuls, Frederick Wiseman; Greek films, revivals also announced
Nine horror and genre films are announced for 25th anniversary of TIFF section
Festival will open with Bill Condon's WikiLeaks movie "The Fifth Estate," and close with Daniel Schecter's "Life of Crime"
Live orchestra will accompany premiere of "Visitors," the fourth collaboration from the team who made "Koyaanisqatsi"
One group says Ben Wheatley's "Sightseers" is Toronto's best movie, while "The Paperboy" and Jared Leto's rock documentary also premiere