Red carpets, nightly parties, fans’ faces obscured by continually clicking cameras—looks like the Toronto International Film Festival is back in town. Each day of the TIFF we’re not only listing our daily flick pick, but we’re mapping the hottest attractions, restaurants, and shops and services that are just steps from the screening spot.
The film: A new print of Canadian director Atom Egoyan’s 1991 film The Adjuster, a work of dark humour depicting the emotional isolation of urban and suburban dwellers.
The venue: Jackman Hall, an event space housed among the 79,000 artworks at the prestigious Art Gallery of Ontario.
It might be a couple of hours of waiting in the admittance line, so how do you amuse yourself beforehand?