Toronto Film Festival LogoIn 1998, Variety acknowledged that the Toronto International Film Festival “is second only to Cannes in terms of high-profile pics, stars and market activity.” Roger Ebert said in 1999 that “…although Cannes is still larger, Toronto is more useful and more important….” The festival is considered a launch pad for many studios to begin “Oscar-buzz” for their films.

Here is a recap of /Film’s Peter Sciretta’s TIFF coverage.

Preview: The 65 Must See Movies of the 2007 Toronto Film Festival

Movie Reviews:

Nothing is Private 7.5 / 10
Into The Wild 7.5 / 10
Captain Mike Across America 7 / 10
Body of War 9 / 10
The Babysitters 7.5 / 10
Very Young Girls 7.5 / 10
Eastern Promises 5 / 10
Run, Fatboy, Run 7 / 10
The Brave One 6 / 10
Juno 9 / 10
Terra 6.5 / 10
Son of Rambow 8.5 / 10
Ping Pong Playa 7 / 10
George A. Romero’s Diary of the Dead 4 / 10
King of California 6.5 / 10
Starting Out in the Evening 6 / 10


Movie Playlist: Garth Franklin (Son of Rambow)
Juno Movie Poster
Son of Rambow in April 2008
Garth Jennings Next Movie to be Animated

Juno Movie Trailer

Romero Plans Sixth Zombie Movie?
Toronto Film Festival 2007: Deals, Sales, Acquisitions
Juno Movie Sountrack
New Photos: Juno
Toronto Film Festival Monday Update
Religulous Movie Poster

First Look: Quentin Tarantino in Takashi Miike’s Sukiyaki Western Django
7 New Photos: Michael Moore’s Captain Mike Across America
Run, Fatboy, Run Movie Poster
Lars and the Real Girl Movie Trailer
The Babysitters Red Band Movie Trailer

Paranoid Park Movie Trailer

Young People Fucking Movie Trailer
Surfwise Movie Trailer