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TIFF 2016 award winners

Some years it's hard to anticipate what will be announced as the Grolsch's People's Choice Award winner at TIFF's Festival Awards Ceremony held at the Bell Lightbox building. Some years - like this year - there was little doubt what would win. Today La La Land was revealed to be the People's Choice Award Winner and joined a whole slew of other tremendous films that went home with awards.

Here is the full list of TIFF 2016 award winners.

People's Choice Award: La La Land

People's Choice Award Runner-Ups: Queen of Katwe, Lion

People's Choice Documentary Award: I Am Not Your Negro

People's Choice Midnight Madness Award: Free Fire

Toronto Platform Prize: Jackie

NETPAC Award for World or International Asian Film Premiere: In Between

The FIPRESCI Prize for Special Presentations: I Am Not Madame Bovary

The FIPRESCI Prize for the Discovery Programme: Kati Kati

Best Canadian Feature Film: Those Who Make Revolution Halfway Only Dig Their Own Graves

Best Canadian First Feature Film: Old Stone

Best Canadian Short Film: Mutants

Best Short Film: Imago

Dropbox Discovery Programme Filmmakers Award: Jeffrey

As is tradition every year, there will be a free screening of the Grolsch People's Choice Award Winner - La La Land - at Roy Thomson Hall at 6 PM tonight. Tickets, as always, are first-come, first-served.

What movie did you choose to win the People's Choice Award?

Film still from La La Land


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