Every year, the Toronto International Film Festival is hosting an incredible series of artthouse gems, well-crafted blockbuster crackers and future cult classics. Admitted to be a common springboard for claims movies during the award season, TIFF went on to win the Oscar’s Best Film Thinking in seven of ten movies Grolsch People’s Choice Awards for the past decade. With this in mind, we chose ten stunning cuts, both large and small, at this year’s festival, worthy of attention.
Jackie Kennedy’s biography, noticed by the greatest director Pablo Larrain, was spent after the death of her husband, JFK. Larraín avoids the most spectacular stereotypes of political cinema, leaving room for Natalie Portman’s fascinating, spooky excellence.