Toronto International Film Festival 2018 by Didier Young

Another year, another TIFF ended. This was my third year attending the Toronto International Film Festival, a star-studded week and a half where red carpets are rolled, Five- Star hotels are fully booked and where the Toronto population gets the chance to catch a glimpse of Hollywood. Furthermore, it gives the media a taste of the award seasons to come, with many of the Oscar contenders debuting at the Canadian film festival. With over three hundred films being showcased over eleven days, the audience then has the chance to vote for their favourite movie which ends up winning the Grolsch People’s Choice award.

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Toronto International Film Festival by Didier Young

Started in 1976, The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is an annual event that showcases some of the best movies in the world. Over the years, the festival has become a pilgrimage for movie fanatics, attracting over 480,000 people to the city yearly. While the event is often a good reason for celebrity sight seeing, it also offers the public first access to World movie premieres and the chance to vote for their favourite movie to become the recipient of the Grolsch People’s Choice Award. This title is often a good omen for the upcoming awards season.

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