Top 25 Toronto Films

The Toronto Film Festival has revealed its annual list of top ten Canadian films. Compiled by TIFF’s team of programmers in collaboration with Canadian critics, the ‘Canada’s Top Ten’ list includes TIFF titles Freaks, which scored a significant deal with Well Go, and Giant Little Ones. Scroll down for the full list.

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The feature list was curated by Cameron Bailey, Kerri Craddock, Steve Gravestock, Danis Goulet, Ming-Jenn Lim, and Kathleen Drumm, in collaboration with the Vancouver Film Critics Circle and the Association Québécoise des Critiques de Cinéma.

“TIFF is thrilled to present its uniquely Canadian list that offers a richness of voices, perspectives, and insights into adolescent identity,” said Cameron Bailey, Artistic Director and Co-Head of TIFF. “These films expertly examine heritage, family, the fragility of friendships, and the importance of challenging the current state of our world, and are testament to the fact that our Canadian filmmakers are among the most daring and innovative. TIFF is incredibly proud to celebrate their tremendous achievements in 2018.”

Source : https://deadline.com/2018/12/toronto-film-festival-canada-top-ten-movies-2018-freaks-giant-little-ones-1202514295/

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