Our man on the Canadian frontline counts down his top ten from the impressive selection at Toronto International Film Festival 2014.
By David Ehrlich
Roy Andersson's "trilogy about being a human being" comes to a glorious end.
Ethan Hawke rains death from the skies in Andrew Niccol's mercilessly blunt war thriller.
Brit Marling mans her musket in a sensational feminist Western set during The Civil War.
Noah Baumbach's follow-up to Frances Ha is his most accessible film to date, and perhaps his most ambitious.
Sion Sono returns with the year's best dystopian martial arts rap opera softcore porn film.
Peter Strickland's sapphic giallo dream is a tied up and twisted masterpiece.
Bong Joon-ho sets sail with a human trafficking thriller on the high seas.
Mia Hansen-Løve makes an EDM epic about losing yourself to dance, starring Greta Gerwig.