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Toronto 2019: Top 10 & Coverage Roundup

A listing of our coverage of the Toronto International Film Festival, including favorite films.
1. 2008 (Blake Williams)
2. State Funeral (Sergei Loznitsa)
3. About Endlessness (Roy Andersson)
4. Seven Years in May (Affonso Uchôa)
5. Uncut Gems (Josh & Benny Safdie)
6. Crazy World (Nabwana I.G.G.)
7. Austrian Pavilion (Philipp Fleischmann)
8. Transcript (Erica Sheu)
9. Collective (Alexander Nanau)
10. Book of Hours (Annie MacDonell)
1. The Traitor (Marco Bellocchio)
2. The Cordillera of Dreams (Patricio Guzmán)
3. Uncut Gems (Josh & Benny Safdie)
4. Bacurau (Kleber Mendonça Filho & Juliano Dornelles)
5. The Wild Goose Lake (Diao Yinan)
6. First Love (Takashi Miike)
7. Anne at 13,000 ft (Kazik Radwanksi)
8. The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão (Karim Aïnouz)
9. Sound of Metal (Darius Marder)
10. It Must Be Heaven (Elia Suleiman)
1. To the Ends of the Earth (Kiyoshi Kurosawa)
2. Jordan River Anderson, the Messenger (Alanis Obomsawin)
3. The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open (Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers and Kathleen Hepburn)
4. Liberté (Albert Serra)
5. How to Build a Girl (Coky Gieroyc), Saint Maud (Rose Glass)
#1 Daniel Kasman introduces the 2019 festival | Read
#2 Fernando F. Croce reviews The Cordillera of Dreams (Patricio Guzmán), It Must Be Heaven (Elia Suleiman), and Saturday Fiction (Lou Ye) | Read
#3 Kelley Dong reviews Balloon (Pema Tseden), Mariam (Sharipa Urazbayeva), and Bring Me Home (Kim Seung-woo) | Read
#4 Daniel Kasman reviews The Painted Bird (Václav Marhoul), One Day in the Life of Noah Piugattuk (Zacharias Kunuk), Heavy Metal Detox (Josef Dabernig), and Those That, at a Distance, Resemble One Another (Jessica Sarah Rinland) | Read
#5 Fernando F. Croce reviews The Platform (Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia), Three Summers (Sandra Kogut), and Spider (Andrés Wood) | Read
#6 Kelley Dong reviews Cézanne (Luke Fowler), Jordan River Anderson, the Messanger (Alanis Obomsawin), and The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open (Elle-Máijaá Tailfeathers, Kathleen Hepburn) | Read
#7 Daniel Kasman on 2008 (Blake Williams), Jallikattu (Lijo Jose Pellissery), and Seven Years in May (Affonso Uchôa) | Read
#8 Fernando F. Croce reviews Sound of Metal (Darius Marder), Anne at 13,000 ft (Kazik Radwanski), and Wasp Network (Olivier Assayas) | Read
#9 Kelley Dong reviews Waves (Trey Edwards Shults), Synchronic (Juston Benson, Aaron Moorhead), and How to Build a Girl (Coky Giedroyc) | Read
#10 Daniel Kasman reviews Uncut Gems (Josh Safdie, Benny Safdie), and The Laundromat (Steven Soderbergh) | Read
#11 Fernando F. Croce reviews The Wild Goose Lake (Diao Yinan), Devil Between the Legs (Arturo Ripstein), and No. 7 Cherry Lane (Yonfan) | Read
#12 Kelley Dong reviews Saint Maud (Rose Glass) and To the Ends of the Earth (Kiyoshi Kurosawa) | Read
#13 Daniel Kasman reviews Nabwana I.G.G's Crazy World and Alexander Nanau's Collective, and highlights Murmur, Atlantis, A Sun, Comets, and Rocks | Read
by Michael Sicinski
by Michael Sicinski
by Michael Sicinski
by Michael Sicinski


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