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TIFF 2016: the best, boldest, and most awards-ready new films

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Brian de Rivera Simon

If the Sundance Film Festival is the germinating seed of the year in film, a place where indie films make their first stop before slowly finding their way to audiences over the ensuing months, TIFF is its polar opposite. Every year Toronto plays host to a showcase of star-studded studio films are often the rule rather than the exception, and the stage where many of the fall’s films kick off their awards season campaigns in earnest. But it's also a place for true cinephiles — where filmmaking legends continue their legacies and idiosyncratic indies are more hit than miss. The Verge is on the ground in Toronto covering all the films you'll be talking about for the next year.