Here are 10 movies getting the most advance buzz at TIFF 2016.
So get ready to queue outside of the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema on Tuesday, September 13 when John Legend and Mark Duplass (one half of the Duplass brothers duo), along with TIFF Vanguard programmer Colin Geddes, host a free night at the movies.
For the second year in a row, Canadian film distributor Mongrel Media is transforming the museum into Mongrel House, a dedicated space for its various events and after parties.
And in order to prepare for this move to the internet, Suspect's holding a massive sale, which started this week.
Instead of wading through the program, you can always put your TIFF experience in the hands of a Facebook Messenger bot. This friendly little guy will suggest movies for you based on your favourite genre (be it comedy, drama or documentary). Once it shoots out a pick, you'll get a link to a trailer and a blurb about why each film is "buzz-worthy."