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Guillermo del Toro’s story about a lonely woman and a monster is a beautiful, subversive film more

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This clear-eyed comic drama about an unsolved murder – winner of TIFF’s People’s Choice Award – is stepped in moral ambiguity more

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The French filmmaker teams up with street artist JR to transform unsung labourers into monumental heroes more

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Sean Baker’s follow-up to Tangerine may seem aimless but it builds toward an emotional downpour more

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Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier’s concert doc gives us a chance to see the Hip at their best and say goodbye to frontman Gord Downie more

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Just don’t Google too much about this non-narrative film before watching it more

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For all its wonder, spectacle and suspense, Steven Spielberg's sci-fi classic is a movie about a smile that changes the course of human history. And there's something wonderful about that. more

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TIFF Cinematheque's summer series honours the actor-turned-indie director by screening 10 of her finest features more

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Christopher Nolan's masterful war movie puts you on the beach, in the air and under the water with British soldiers trying to survive the Second World War more

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David Lowery’s drama about death and grief uses the cliché image of the Halloween ghost to create something moving, sad and potent more

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