Here’s IndieWire’s list of all acquisitions for the 2022 fall festival season as they roll in.
TIFF: A raucous Canadian-Italian family bumble through vacation in Luis De Filippis' intimate and assured debut.
The acquisitions market was quiet in Toronto this year, leaving a wide array of excellent sales titles on the table for somebody to snap up.
The first round of fall festivals provide not just a look at this year's crop of awards contenders, but some of the year's best films, full stop.
TIFF: Comedy editor Vera Drew's bold debut is a zany queer Batman parody that was nearly pulled from the festival over "rights issues."
TIFF: This detail-laden film about a young cinephile working at a video store provides nostalgic laughs and genuine heart in equal measures.
Ryan White's doc may not make you cry over its WALL-E-like stars, but it still convincingly argues the role that emotion plays in science.
Anna Kendrick plays a woman whose reality comes crashing down during a girls' trip in director/writer Mary Nighy's drawn-out drama.
During a live recording of IndieWire's Screen Talk podcast, Bailey made a surprise appearance to address the return of the international scene.
The casts of "Women Talking," "The Fabelmans," "My Policeman," and more hit the red carpet at the 47th Toronto International Film Festival, from September 8 through 18.
The Toronto International Film Festival provided a key platform for studios' Oscar contenders — and being in the lineup was not a prerequisite.
The "Green Book" filmmaker's latest is another broad historical dramedy that should delight moviegoers — and maybe Academy voters.
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