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Toronto International Film Festival 2022 Wrap-Up

By Film Threat Staff | September 30, 2022

The Film Threat team returned to Toronto, Ontario, for the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival with once again Andy Howell on the ground in Toronto, covering the best that 2022 will bring this awards season.

Andy Howell

Years attending TIFF: Almost 16 years and represented Film Threat for the last six years.

Sundance 2022 Films Seen: Chevalier, Daliland, Decision to Leave, Devotion, Holy Spider, Living, Moonage Daydream, Triangle of Sadness, War Sailor

Triangle of Sadness

More TIFF Reviews from Film Threat’s Remote Team Coverage

Here’s the review round-up from our remote team, who was unable to join us in Toronto but were there in spirit.

Alan Ng: Weird: The Al Yankovic Story

Alex Saveliev: Saloum

Bobby LePire: Anastasia

Bradley Gibson: Free Money, Love & Mathematics

Brian Shaer: A Gaza Weekend

Dan Lybarger: Maya and the Waves

Josiah Teal: Charcoal

Michael Talbot Haynes: Stellar

Nick Rocco Scalia: The Swearing Jar

Ray Lobo: My Imaginary Country

Rob Rector: We Are Still Here

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