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Tammy Blanchard poses on the red carpet for the screening of the film Rabbit Hole during the Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, September 13, 2010. (DARREN CALABRESE/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Tammy Blanchard poses on the red carpet for the screening of the film Rabbit Hole during the Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, September 13, 2010. (DARREN CALABRESE/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Just how long is the longest movie at TIFF? Add to ...

It will take 11 days for the Toronto International Film Festival to unspool its star-studded slate of celluloid magic. While it’s hard to say how many popcorn kernels will be consumed during that time, here’s a look at some of the more calculable figures at this year’s fest:

Total number of films: 372

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Number of feature films: 289

Number of short films: 83

Total submissions: 4,143

Number of countries represented: 72

Number of debut features: 75

Length of longest film: Japan’s Penance at 4.5 hours

Length of shortest film: 100 seconds, Pacific Sun

Number of Canadian features, including co-productions: 32

Number of Canadian shorts, including co-productions: 47

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