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The Toronto Film Festival is one of North America’s most important entertainment events. For 2 weeks, creatives from around the world present their films to an audience of critics and fans, who will anoint frontrunners for the Academy Awards and spotlight emerging talent or a forgotten actor making a comeback. Digital Trends will cover the most buzzworthy films, with reviews, festival dispatches, and interviews with some of the industry’s leading actors, directors, and writers.

Francesca Corio and Paul Mescal in Aftersun.

Father and daughter bond in the first trailer for Aftersun

Father and daughter bond in the first trailer for Aftersun

Writer and director Charlotte Wells' feature film debut, Aftersun, is an affecting look at a daughter's bond with her father on their vacation in Turkey.
Colin Farrell walks with his donkey in The Banshees of Inisherin.

The best films of TIFF 2022

From a surgical documentary to a Korean thriller to the triumphant return of Daniel Craig's Benoit Blanc, these were our favorites films of TIFF '22.
Zac Efron can see that war is hell in The Greatest Beer Run Ever.

Zac Efron goes to Vietnam in the shallow comedy The Greatest Beer Run Ever

In his follow-up to the Oscar-winning Green Book, director Peter Farrelly makes another bid for middlebrow prestige with The Greatest Beer Run Ever.
Dylan O' Brien carries Sadie Sink in All Too Well.

Taylor Swift on making All Too Well, her favorite movies, and her future as a director

In a Q & A at TIFF, Taylor Swift talks about her music video/short film All Too Well and working with Stranger Things' Sadie Sink and Teen Wolf's Dylan O'Brien.
Brendan Fraser looks to his side in The Whale.

The Whale review: Brendan Fraser can’t save this histrionic drama

Brendan Fraser's sensitive performance is the chief highlight of Darren Aronofsky's limp drama The Whale.
Paul Dano and Michelle Williams watch The Greatest Show on Earth.

The Fabelmans review: an origin story of Steven Spielberg

Steven Spielberg plunges into his own childhood with the twinkly-tragic memoir The Fabelmans.
Daniel Craig looks in the camera in Knives Out 2.

Glass Onion review: a deviously intricate Knives Out sequel

Rian Johnson reteams with Daniel Craig for the delightfully complicated Knives Out sequel Glass Onion.
A close-up of a doctor during surgery.

The documentary De Humani Corporis Fabrica is an astonishing dive into the human body

The experimental documentary De Humani Corporis Fabrica, now showing at this year's TIFF, takes a gross, beautiful plunge into the human body.
Daniel Radcliffe and Rainn Wilson stare at the camera.

Down to clown? The biopic spoof Weird is a glorified Funny or Die sketch

Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe is Al Yankovich in the dopey fictional biopic Weird, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Nathalie Issa and Manal Issa play in the water.

Toronto film fest 2022 opens with a blandly inspirational Netflix biopic

Day one of the Toronto International Film Festival offered a blandly directed Netflix biopic, as well as an incisive Romanian drama.