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Green Book takes the People's Choice Award, which still feels like an upset even though we called it as soon as we saw it more

Toronto International Film Festival 2018

Despite the lack of a Q&A with the director and cast, the world premiere of George Tillman, Jr.'s adaptation of the Angie Thomas YA novel got people on their feet more

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Ashley McKenzie’s Cape Breton addiction drama wins the $100,000 Rogers Best Canadian Film award at the TFCA’s 2017 awards gala more

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Focusing on TIFF Cinematheque’s new series about Black artists, artistic director Cameron Bailey explains that TIFF’s new mandate is to change what it means to go to the movies more

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The organization is targeting a $3 million fundraising goal to support an array of professional development initiatives aimed at women more

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The film festival welcomes two new programmers, drops two venues and reminds us all that it's Oscar's launching pad more

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Glitzy event was big fun, especially for $100,000 winner Hugh Gibson more

Movies & TV

In the run-up to the Oscar telecast this weekend, we spotlight great Toronto movies that put racialized people front and centre. more

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Roman Polanski’s hot, Barry Levinson’s not – and I’m moving on more

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John Harkness (left) and Cameron Bailey

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Remembering John Harkness as film writer and colleague more

News

Sarah Polley brought Away From Her close to audiences.

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Sidney Lumet leaps back into the fire more

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TORONTO JAPANESE SHORT FILM FESTIVAL tonight (Thursday) to Sunday (November 8-11). Innis Town Hall (2 Sussex). Rating: more

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Jeffrey Blitz follows up Spellbound with a fictional look at high school horrors and handicaps more

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ROCK THE BELLS (Denis Hennelly, Casey Suchan) Rating: more

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Thriller packs some serious baggage more

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La Vie En Rose's tempo is off, but Marion Cotillard's Little Sparrow soars more

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GHOSTS OF ABU GHRAIB (Rory Kennedy, U.S.) 78 minutes. Saturday (April 21), 9:45 pm; Tuesday (April 24), 4:30 pm, Isabel Bader. Rating: more

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Here’s a look back at two decades of the fest’s – and the world’s – most significant Images. more

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GOD GREW TIRED OF US (Christopher Quinn) Rating: more

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PRIDE (Sunu Gonera). 104 minutes. Opens Friday (March 23). For venues and times, see Movies, page 89. Rating: more

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The prizewinning films demonstrate a mood of political reckoning and emotional retrenchment more

Movies & TV

Indie film fest mulls over the new culture of war and torture, showcasing disturbing docs and powerful fictional metaphors more

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13 Tzameti is 2007's first must-see film more

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