People all around the world cannot wait for the big productions at Canada's #1 film festival, the Toronto International Film Festival. There's no doubt about the fact that there are lots of great films there, and people are excited about the fact that they can finally see them for themselves.
One of the great things about a film festival like this is the simple fact that it combined a lot of what people love about the Oscars with what people love about indie film festivals. Many people are just going to watch the Academy Awards ceremony in order to see a lot of their favorite celebrities. They can still do that at the Toronto International Film Festival. People like Emma Stone, Angelina Jolie, Daniel Craig, and George Clooney are all going to be there.
However, many of the celebrities that are going to the Toronto International Film Festival are not going »
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