TIFF 2009 is over. Sigh. There was next to zero gossip this year, but TIFF did provide us with plenty of entertaining, thought-provoking films. OK, and maybe a scandal or two. Click here for our look back on this year's Toronto film festival.
By CBC News
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- TIFF People's Choice award goes to Silver Linings Playbook video
- David O. Russell's crowd-pleasing Silver Linings Playbook has taken TIFF's coveted People's Choice Award, while a new wave of Canadian filmmakers also snagged trophies.
- As TIFF wraps, 15 memorable moments from the fest video audio
- After myriad screenings, red carpets, interviews, parties and events, the Toronto International Film Festival concludes for another year. CBCers celebrate memorable moments with a list of tongue-in-cheek prizes.
- Blackbird, Caught in the Web explore risks of online expression
- Two thought-provoking new films, from opposite sides of the world and depicting completely different stories and styles, are exploring dark consequences we can face as we increasingly express ourselves online.
- TIFF movies that shone the brightest
- Eli Glasner names the films he belives shone brightest at the Toronto International Film Festival.
- TIFF People's Choice prize heralds film industry kudos
- Many TIFF fan picks have had amazing success after their time in Toronto. CBC News looks at the post-festival achievements of TIFF People's Choice Award winners.
- audio Rebelle captures resilience of young Africans audio
- Montreal director Kim Nguyen's Rebelle has its final turn on the festival circuit at the Toronto International Film Festival before opening in commercial cinemas next week.
- Writers & Company's Eleanor Wachtel at TIFF
- The CBC Radio host talks to CBC Books about a few of the recent book-to-film adaptations she's taken during the Toronto International Film Festival.
- video Show Stopper chronicles Garth Drabinsky's colourful career video
- The documentary Show Stoppers offers a behind-the-scenes look at Garth Drabinsky, an innovative but controversial Canadian who re-shaped the entertainment industry.
- video TIFF rising star Charlotte Sullivan is no rookie video
- The Canadian actress, one of the Toronto film festival's featured performers for 2012, stars in Rookie Blue and has even played Marilyn Monroe.
- Activist Angela Davis looks back as doc tells her story audio
- American activist Angela Davis says she found it exciting and sad to relive the events of 40 years ago with the new documentary Free Angela Davis & All Political Prisoners.