TIFF Wrap Up: Our 5 Favorite Films Of The Festival, Plus Our Complete Coverage

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by Oliver Lyttelton
September 17, 2012 2:04 PM
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Every Film We Saw At TIFF, From Best To Worst

"The Place Beyond The Pines" [A]
"Silver Linings Playbook" [A]
"Tabu" [A]
"Berberian Sound Studio" [A-]
"The Perks Of Being A Wallflower" [A-]
"Much Ado About Nothing" [A-]
"Looper" [B+]
"The Gatekeepers" [B+]
"Anna Karenina" [B+]
"Lords Of Salem" [B+]
"Yellow" [B+]
"Free Angela And All Political Prisoners" [B]
"A Liar's Autobiography" [B]
"Underground" [B]
"Great Expectations" [B]
"Lore" [B-]
"White Elephant" [B-]
"Imogene" [B-]
"Greetings From Tim Buckley" [C+]
"Seven Psychopaths" [C]
"A Late Quartet" [C]
"When Day Breaks" [C]
"Song For Marion" [C]
"Emperor" [C]
"Wasteland" [C]
"End Of Watch" [C]
"The Company You Keep" [C-]
"Cloud Atlas" [C-]
"Thanks For Sharing" [C-]
"Byzantium" [C-]
"The Impossible" [D+]
"Arthur Newman" [D]
"Mr. Pip" [D]

Key TIFF Films We'd Already Seen & Reviewed

"Amour" [B+]
"Argo" [A-]
"At Any Price" [B]
"Frances Ha" [B+]
"Ginger & Rosa" [B+]
"A Hijacking" [A]
"Hyde Park On Hudson" [C]
"No" [A]
"Passion" [C+]
"Pieta" [C]
"Rust & Bone" [A-]
"The Sapphires" [C+]
"The Sessions" [B]
"Sightseers" [A]
"Smashed" [A]
"Spring Breakers" [B]
"Stories We Tell" [A-]
"To The Wonder" [A-]
"West Of Memphis" [B+]



Interviews Etc.

The Master - Press Conference

Spring Breakers - Press Conference

Cloud Atlas - Press Conference

Joe Wright Interview

Keira Knightley Interview

Rachel McAdams & Olga Kurylenko Interviews

Derek Cianfrance Interview

Derek Cianfrance On Future Projects

Neil Jordan Interview

Ben Wheatley On Future Projects
 

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3 Comments

  • Susie | September 17, 2012 4:05 PMReply

    Guess you guys didn't see THE HUNT at Cannes or Toronto...

  • Mika | September 17, 2012 2:46 PMReply

    Great work guys! I followed all summer your reviews and interviews, and thanks for your awesome coverage of these great festivals. My personal best pictures so far are "Silver lining playbook", "Rust and Bone" and Heneke "Amour"! For satisfying everybody i think "Silver Linings Playbook" should win best picture, "Marion Cotillard" for her amazing performance should win best actress and "Amour" should win best foreign-picture!

  • Drew | September 17, 2012 2:08 PMReply

    If you gave Looper a lower grade than The Perks Of Being A Wallflower and Much Ado About Nothing, why aren't those on your 5 favorite?

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