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The best fall movies from the Toronto, Venice, and Telluride Film Festivals

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For years, Cannes dominated the world of film festivals. But that hierarchy is starting to fade, and it hasn’t been more striking this year, when the Venice Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival reignited the fall awards film season with a powerful punch. Meanwhile, Telluride was spending a year outside, counting documentaries and first-screen films at other festivals on his list of headline-grabbing narrative discoveries. But Toronto has enjoyed what can only be called a seismic return. After the release of the previous shade in 2021, TIFF faced dire financial consequences – and, perhaps, an existential blow to its brand – if it could not make a major revival, a challenge the festival organizers faced – on, securing a slew of world premieres, most notably Steven Spielberg” The Fabelmans” and “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery”. Combine that with the tidal wave created by titles like “Tár” and “Blonde” in Venice, and one can feel, at last, the resurgence of the world of festivals after the pandemic. less, miscellaneous Critics analyze which of these films distinguished from the group.

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