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TIFF audiences pick winners, year after year

Glitz, glamour and a red carpet that gets longer every year. The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) never fails to draw Hollywood heavyweights, stargazers and paparazzi. But for all its star power and industry panache, right from its early days as the Festival of Festivals, it was the films and wildly enthusiastic audiences which made TIFF the most widely attended film festival in the world. CBC Archives looks back at the growth of Toronto's little festival that could.

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Movie buffs in Toronto don't just make the festival a success - they spot the hit films before everyone else.
Medium: Television
Program: Canada Now
Broadcast Date: Sept. 13, 2002
Guests: Mike Hall, Jared Hoogendam
Reporter: Tracey Moore
Duration: 2:03

Last updated: June 7, 2013

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