Toronto International Film Festival 2017
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Toronto International Film Festival 2017 studio portraits

Toronto International Film Festival 2017

Garrett Hedlund, Mary J. Blige, Rob Morgan, director Dee Rees, actor Jason Clarke, Carey Mulligan, and Jason Mitchell from the film “Mudbound.”

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Toronto International Film Festival 2017

Actress Eili Harboe, director Joachim Trier and actress Kaya Wilkins from the film “Thelma.”

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Toronto International Film Festival 2017

Ali Fazal, director Stephen Frears and Eddie Izzard from the film “Victoria & Abdul.”

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Toronto International Film Festival 2017

Andrew Garfield, Claire Foy and director Andy Serkis from the film “Breathe.”

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Director Faith Akin and Diane Kruger from the film “In the Fade.”

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Cedric the Entertainer and director Paul Schraeder from the film “First Reformed.”

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Director Joan Chemla and Gael Garcia Bernal from the film “If You Saw His Heart.”

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Director Andy Serkis from the film “Breathe.”

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Eddie Izzard from the film “Victoria & Abdul.”

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Actress Rosemund Pike, from the film, “Hostiles.”

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Director Stephen Frears from the film “Victoria & Abdul.”

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Actor  Rob Morgan from the film “Mudbound.”

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Actress Lisa Langseth from the film “Euphoria.”

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Producer/actress Alicia Vikander from the film “Euphoria.”

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Javier Bardem and director Fernando Leon de Aranoa from the film “Loving Pablo.”

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Actress Adele Exarchopoulos and actor Matthias Schoenaerts from the film “Racer and the Jailbird.”

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Dominic Cooper from the film “The Escape.”

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Director Michael R. Roskam actress Adele Exarchopoulos and actor Matthias Schoenaerts from the film “Racer and the Jailbird.”

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Producer/actress Alicia Vikander and actress Lisa Langseth from the film “Euphoria.”

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Directors Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing from the film “One of Us.”

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 Jason Mitchell from the film “Mudbound.”

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Director Sergio G. Sanchez from the film “Marrowbone.”

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Director Andy Serkis from the film, “Breathe.”

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 Actor Jason Clarke from the film “Mudbound.”

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Javier Bardem from the film “Loving Pablo.”

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Garrett Hedlund from the film “Mudbound.”

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Director Dominic Savage from the film “The Escape.”

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Toronto International Film Festival 2017

Cedric the Entertainer from the film “First Reformed.”

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Toronto International Film Festival 2017

Actress Adele Exarchopoulos from the film “Racer and the Jailbird.”

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Toronto International Film Festival 2017

Eddie Izzard from the film “Victoria & Abdul.”

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Dominic Cooper from the film “The Escape.”

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Actress Carey Mulligan from the film “Mudbound.”

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Cedric the Entertainer from the film “First Reformed.”

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Director Andy Serkis from the film “Breathe.”

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Producer/actress Alicia Vikander from the film “Euphoria.”

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Actor Matthias Schoenaerts from the film “Racer and the Jailbird.”

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Actor Gael Garcia Bernal from the film “If You Saw His Heart.”

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Actress Eili Harboe from the film “Thelma.”

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Diane Kruger from the film “In the Fade.”

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Toronto International Film Festival 2017

Actress Adele Exarchopoulos from the film “Racer and the Jailbird.”

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Actress Lisa Langseth from the film “Euphoria.”

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Director Lucrecia Martel from the film “Zama.”

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Director Michael R. Roskam from the film “Racer and the Jailbird.”

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Actress Kaya Wilkins from the film “Thelma.”

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Jason Mitchell from the film “Mudbound.”

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Gary Oldman from the film “Darkest Hour.”

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Director Warwick Thornton from the film “Sweet Country.”

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Mary J. Blige from the film “Mudbound.”

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Director Heidi Ewing from the film “One of Us.”

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Director Joan Chemla, left, and actor Gael Garcia Bernal from the film “If You Saw His Heart.”

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Actor Michael Shannon from the film “The Shape of Water.”

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Actress Alison Brie from the film “The Disaster Artist.”

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Actress Chloe Sevigny from “Lean on Pete.”

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Tommy Wiseau, subject of the film “The Disaster Artist.”

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Writer Michael Weber, subject Greg Sestero, actress Alison Brie, writer Scott Neustadter, director/actor James Franco, actress Ari Graynor, subject Tommy Wiseau, actor Paul Sheer and actor Dave Franco from the film “The Disaster Artist.”

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Actor Tony Goldwyn, actress Diane Lane, director Peter Landesman and actor Josh Lucas from the film “Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House.”

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Actor Richard Jenkins, actress Octavia Spencer, actor Doug Jones, director Guillermo Del Toro, actress Sally Hawkins and actor Michael Shannon from “The Shape of Water.”

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Actor Travis Fimmel, director Andrew Haigh, actress Chloe Sevigny and actor Charlie Plummer from the film “Lean on Pete.”

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Actor Luke Evans from the film “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women.”

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Actress Diane Lane from the film “Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House.”

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Director Peter Landesman from the film “Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House.”

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Actor Charlie Plummer from the film “Lean on Pete.”

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Toronto International Film Festival 2017

Actor Tony Goldwyn from the film “Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House.”

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Actress Ellen Page from the film “My Days of Mercy.”

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Actress Amy Seimetz from the film “My Days of Mercy.”

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Director Deniz Gamze Erguven from the film “Kings.”

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Subject Tommy Wiseau, actor/director James Franco, subject Greg Sestero, and actor Dave Franco from the film “The Disaster Artist.”

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Toronto International Film Festival 2017

Tommy Wiseau, subject of “The Disaster Artist.”

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Toronto International Film Festival 2017

Subjects Greg Sestero and Tommy Wiseau from the film “The Disaster Artist.”

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Actor James Franco from “The Disaster Artist.”

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Actor Dave Franco from the film “The Disaster Artist.”

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Director Guillermo Del Toro from the film “The Shape of Water.”

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Director Dan Gilroy from the film “Roman J. Israel, Esq.”

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Actress Q’orianka Kilcher from the film “Hostiles.”

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Actress Alison Brie from the film “The Disaster Artist.”

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Director Michael Haneke from the film “Happy End.”

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Actress Ari Graynor from the film “The Disaster Artist.”

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Director Wim Wenders from the film “Submergence.”

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Actress Bella Heathcote from the film “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women.”

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Actress Octavia Spencer from the film “The Shape of Water.”

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Actor Wes Studi, actor Jonathan Majors, director Scott Cooper, actress Rosemund Pike, actor Christian Bale, and actress Q’orianka Kilcher from the film “Hostiles.”

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Actress Bella Heathcote, writer/director Angela Robinson and actor Luke Evans from the film “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women.”

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Samson Coulter from the film “Breath.”

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Actor Jonathan Majors from the film “Hostiles.”

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Actor Samson Coulter from the film “Breath.”

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Toronto International Film Festival 2017

Director Deniz Gamze Erguven from the film “Kings.”

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Actor Richard Jenkins from the film “The Shape of Water.”

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Director Martin McDonagh and actor Sam Rockwell from the film “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.”

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Actress Ellen Page, actress Kate Mara, actress Amy Seimetz and director Tali Shalom Ezer from the film “My Days of Mercy.”

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Actor James Franco from the film “The Disaster Artist.”

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Actor Dave Franco from the film “The Disaster Artist.”

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Comedian Jim Gaffigan, actress Kate Mara, actor Jason Clarke and actor Ed Helms, from the film “Chappaquiddick.”

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Director-actress Brie Larson from the film “Unicorn Store.”

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Actor Terry Notary, director Ruben Ostlund, actor Claes Bang, actress Elisabeth Moss and actor Erik Hemmendorf from the film “The Square.”

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Actor Willem Dafoe, from the film “The Florida Project.”

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Actress Rachel McAdams, from the film “Disobedience.”

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Director Alexander Payne, from the film “Downsizing.”

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Actor Daniel Doheny, from the film “Public Schooled.”

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Actress Elisabeth Moss, from the film “The Square.”

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Actress Judy Greer, from the film “Public Schooled.”

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Actress Emma Roberts, from the film “Who We Are Now.”

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Actress Jessica Chastain, from the film “Woman Walks Ahead,” is photographed at the L.A. Times HQ at

Actress Jessica Chastain, from the film “Woman Walks Ahead,” is photographed at the L.A. Times HQ at the 42nd Toronto International Film Festival.

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Actress Elle Fanning, from the film “Mary Shelley.”

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Actress Evan Rachel Wood, from the film “A Worthy Companion.”

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Actress Rachel Weisz, from the film “Disobedience.”

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Actor Douglas Booth, from the film “Mary Shelley.”

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Actor Benedict Cumberbatch, from the film “The Current War.”

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Comedian Russell Peters, from the film “Public Schooled.”

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Actor Zachary Quinto, from the film “Who We Are Now.”

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Director Alexander Payne, actress Hong Chau and actor Christoph Waltz, from the film “Downsizing.”

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Actor Christoph Waltz, from the film “Downsizing.”

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Actor Michael Shannon, from the film “The Current War.”

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Actor Nicholas Hoult, actor Michael Shannon, director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon and actor Benedict Cumberbatch, from the film “The Current War.”

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Director George Clooney and actress Julianne Moore, from the film “Suburbicon.”

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Actor Daniel Doheny, actress Judy Greer, comedian Russell Peters and director Kyle Rideout, from the film “Public Schooled.”

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Actress Judy Greer, from the film “Public Schooled.”

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Director Paolo Virzi, from the film “The Leisure Seeker.”

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Actress Jessica Chastain, director Susanna White, actor Michael Greyeyes and actor Sam Rockwell, from the film “Woman Walks Ahead.”

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Director Coralie Fargeat and actress Matilda Lutz, from the film “Revenge.”

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Director Margaret Betts with cast, from the film “Novitiate.”

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Actress Evan Rachel Wood and actress Julia Sarah Stone, from the film “A Worthy Champion.”

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Actress Evan Rachel Wood, writer-directors Carlos Sanchez and Jason Sanchez, and actress Julia Sarah Stone, from the film “A Worthy Champion.”

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Actress Bel Powley, from the film “Mary Shelley.”

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Actress Elle Fanning, from the film “Mary Shelley.”

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Director Haifaa Al-Mansour, from the film “Mary Shelley.”

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Actress Brooklynn Price, from the film “The Florida Project.”

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Drector Sean Baker, from the film “The Florida Project.”

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Director-actress Brie Larson, from the film “Unicorn Store.”

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Director George Clooney and actress Julianne Moore, from the film “Suburbicon.”

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Actress Aya Cash from the film “Mary Goes Round.”

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Actress Ellen Page from the film “The Cured.”

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Actor Sam Keeley, left, writer/director David Freyne and actress Ellen Page from the film “The Cured.”

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Actor Ryan Ulcon, Director Aoife McArole, and actress Ann Skelly from the film “Kissing Candace.”

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Willem Dafoe, left, Bria Binaite, Brooklynn Prince, and director Sean Baker from the film “The Flori

Willem Dafoe, left, Bria Binaite, Brooklynn Prince, and director Sean Baker from the film “The Florida Project.”

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Julianne Nicholson, left, director Matthew Newton,  Emma Roberts and Zachary Quinto from the film “Who We are Now.”

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Douglas Booth, Bel Powley, director Haifaa Al-Mansour and Elle Fanning from the film “Mary Shelley.”

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Director Seastian Lelio, left, Rachel Weisz, Rachel McAdams and Alessandro Nivoa from the film “Disobedience.”

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Actress Margot Robbie of “I, Tonya” is offered a drink by off-camera castmmate Allison Janney. 

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Actress Margot Robbie of “I, Tonya.”

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Sebastian Stan, Margot Robbie and Allison Janney of “I, Tonya.”

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Actor Sebastian Stan, from the film “I, Tonya.”

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Actor Colin Farrell, actress Nicole Kidman, actor Sunny Soljic, director Yorgos Lanthimos, actress Raffey Cassidy, and actor Barry Keoghan, from the film “Killing of a Sacred Deer.”

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Actress Louisa Krause, actress Anna Friel, director and writer Lodge Kerrigan, director and writer Amy Seimetz, and actress Carmen Ejogo, from the series “The Girlfriend Experience.”

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Director Baran Bo Odar, writer Jantje Friese, and actor Louis Hofmann, from the film “Dark.”

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Director Brett Morgen from the film “Jane.”

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Former Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Powers, director Greg Barker, and former National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes, from the film “The Final Year.”

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From left,: Shoniqua Shandai, Kid Twist, Rory Uphold, Calum Worthy, director Joseph Kahn, Jackie Long, Dumbfounded and Dizaster from “Bodied.”

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Director Joseph Kahn, from the film “Bodied." 

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Actors Calum Worthy and Jackie Long, from the film “Bodied.”

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Actor Colin Farrell, from the film “Killing of a Sacred Deer.”

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Actress Emma Thompson, from the film "The Children Act.”

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Yorick van Wageningen, director Michael Noer, Charlie Hunnam and Roland Moller, from the film “Papillon.”

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Actor Rolland Moller, from the film “Papillon.”

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Actress Tatiana Maslany, from the film “Stronger." 

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Actors Tatiana Maslany, and Jake Gyllenhaal, from the film “Stronger." 

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Tatiana Maslany, Miranda Richardson, David Gordon Green, Jake Gyllenhaal and Jeff Bauman, from the film “Stronger.”

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Actor Jake Gyllenhaal, from the film "Stronger." 

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Jeff Bauman and actor Jake Gyllenhaal, who is playing Jeff Bauman in the film “Stronger,” are photographed together at 2017 TIFF. 

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Odeya Rush, Beanie Feldstein, Marielle Scott, Jordan Rodrigues, Greta Gerwig, Lois Smith,Laurie Metcalf and Tracy Letts, from the film “Lady Bird.”

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Sverrir Gudnason, director James Metz and Stellan Skarsgard, from the film “Borg/McEnroe.”

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Director Dominic Cooke, actor Billy Howle and Ian McEwan, from the film “On Chesil Beach.”

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Vinnie Bennett, Mary Galloway, Ellen Wong, Theodore Pellerin, Lina El Arabi and Mamoudou Athie, members of TIFF’s “Rising Stars.”

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Yorick Van Wageningen, from the film “Papillon.”

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Actor Jason Sudeikis, from the film “Kodachrome.”

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Director Mark Raso, from the film “Kodachrome.”

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Matthew Galkin, director Morgan Spurlock, and Jeremy Chilnick from the film “Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken.”

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Charlie Hunnam, from the film "Papillon.”

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Director Chris Moukarbel, from the documentary film “Gaga: Five Foot Two.”

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