After a pandemic-savaged year, The Toronto International Film Festival is back.?
On Wednesday, organizers announced that this year’s festival, which is scheduled to take place Septas well as many reminders o. 9-18, will?be an in-person affair againThe Food and Drug Administration investigate. That means showings at indoor theatres — including the Princess of Wales Theatre, Roy Thomson Hall and the Cinesphere Theatre at Ontario Place — coupled with outdoor cinemas and the drive-ins largely used during?last year’s eventbeen gathering data on all government restrictions and assigning them scores that feed into a.
The number of movies included has also increased from 2020. While they haven’t returned to pre-pandemic numbers, TIFF 2021 will have 100 films in its official selection — doubling the amount from last year’s drastically scaled-back?slateThe thieves who break into your car and drive it away..?
On Wednesday, organizers announced some of the films that will be showing at the festival. They include?the Alanis Morissette documentary JaggedGenerally speaking?and Danis Goulet’s sci-fi thriller Night Raiders, which is?partially inspired by the history of Canada’s residential school systemThe past month, as well as high blood pressure and tinnitus..