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Head Start: Here's 33 Reviews of Toronto Movies

Photo of Eric Kohn By Eric Kohn | Indiewire September 8, 2011 at 1:31AM

The Toronto International Film Festival opens today, cutting the ribbon on a busy week-and-a-half affair in which over 200 features from around the world will be unveiled for a diverse audience of casual moviegoers and industry professionals alike. Our coverage will be plentiful, but we actually started digging into much of the TIFF program months ago. Here's a list of the 33 TIFF films that Indiewire reviewed at earlier festivals. Stay tuned for much, much more.
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The Toronto International Film Festival opens today, cutting the ribbon on a busy week-and-a-half affair in which over 200 features from around the world will be unveiled for a diverse audience of casual moviegoers and industry professionals alike. Our coverage will be plentiful, but we actually started digging into much of the TIFF program months ago. Here's a list of the 33 TIFF films that Indiewire reviewed at earlier festivals. Stay tuned for much, much more.

"Arirang"
The Artist
Beloved
Drive
Elena
Footnote
Good Bye
"Goodbye First Love"
"Hanaan"
Habemus Papam
"Headhunters"
"Like Crazy"
Leave It On the Floor"
Le Havre
"The Loneliest Planet"
"Mr. Tree"
The Kid With a Bike
Martha Marcy May Marlene
Melancholia
Michael
Monsieur Lazhar"
Once Upon a Time in Anatolia
Oslo, August 31st
Outside Satan
Restless
The Skin I Live In
Sleeping Beauty
"The Student"
Take Shelter
This is Not a Film
Tyrannosaur
"Unfinished"
We Need to Talk About Kevin

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