A Guide To The Films We Watched At TIFF : Pop Culture Happy Hour The Toronto International Film Festival traditionally helps launch awards season. This year has been a little different, with pandemic restrictions leading to a hybrid remote and in-person festival. After watching a batch of entries from home, we've seen some things you'll want to know about — some of which you might be hearing about for the first time.

A Guide To The Films We Watched At TIFF

A Guide To The Films We Watched At TIFF

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Jake Gyllenhaal stars in Antoine Fuqua's remake of The Guilty. Netflix hide caption

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Jake Gyllenhaal stars in Antoine Fuqua's remake of The Guilty.

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The Toronto International Film Festival traditionally helps launch awards season. This year has been a little different, with pandemic restrictions leading to a hybrid remote and in-person festival. After watching a batch of entries from home, we've seen some things you'll want to know about — some of which you might be hearing about for the first time.

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