Toronto is the king of the fall festivals, with a lineup of 285 features and 108 shorts. Here are 25 films that are must-seees...
WILD - Jean-Marc Vallee directed Matthew McConaughey to an Oscar in last year's Toronto drama "Dallas Buyers Club," and now he's made Reese Witherspoon a real contender for "Wild," based on the Cheryl Strayed memoir.
Joshua Oppenheimer won an Oscar nomination for his chilling documentary about the Indonesian genocide, "The Act of Killing" -- and his new film, "The Look of Silence," tells another side of the same story.
Benedict Cumberbatch won immediate Oscar buzz when Morten Tyldum's World War II drama "The Imitation Game," about the man who broke the German Enigma code but was persecuted for being gay, premiered in Telluride.
Belgian director Michael Roskam became a hot property after his Oscar-nominated "Bullhead," and he's made his English-language debut with "The Drop," featuring Tom Hardy and, in his final screen appearance, James Gandolfini.
"Utopia" (Fox), Sept. 7 at 8/7c Pioneers will begin a new civilization off-the-grid in Southern California, where they will live, survive and -- hopefully -- thrive for a full calendar year. Fox will live-stream the happenings around-the-clock.