The 2018 Toronto International Film Festival is officially in the rearview mirror. “Green Book” received the coveted People’s Choice audience award, Ryan Gosling and Robert Pattinson traveled to space, Viola Davis slayed a dragon and “The Predator” stirred up controversy. In the hunt for Oscar, Barry Jenkins” “If Beale Street Could Talk” looks to give Alfonso Cuarón’s “Roma” some competition after a strong premiere showing.
Explore The Times’ full coverage of the festival to read up on all the films that made an impact and to see photos and videos from our TIFF studio.
- VIDEO: ‘Her Smell’ | ‘Everybody Knows’ | Word Association ‘A Million Little Pieces’ | ‘Burning’ | ‘Mid90s’ | ‘Life Itself’
- PHOTOS: Inside the Times’ TIFF studio | Polaroids from the studio
- CRITIC’S TAKE: Read Times film critic Justin Chang’s full diary from the festival here.
- BEHIND-THE-SCENES: Watch the Polaroid development process