Globe film critic Liam Lacey sits down with videographers Jayson Taylor and Tory Zimmerman to give brief reviews of some of the films on offer at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.
Tales From the Golden Age is directed by Hanno Höfer and Razvan Marculescu.
Directed by Lee Daniels, Precious stars Gabourey 'Gabby' Sidibe.
Directed by Marco Bellocchio, Vincere stars Giovanna Mezzogiorno and Filippo Timi.
Directed by Bruce Sweeney, Excited stars Cam Cronin and Laara Sadiq.
Directed by Jacques Audiard, A Prophet stars Tahar Rahim.
Directed by Jon Amiel, Creation stars Paul Bettany and Jennifer Connelly.
Directed by Jean-Marc Vallée, The Young Victoria stars Emily Blunt.
Directed by Bruno Dumont, Hadewijch stars Julie Sokolowski and Yassine Salihine.
Directed by Jane Campion, Bright Star features Abbie Cornish and Thomas Sangster.
Directed by Joel and Ethan Coen, A Serious Man stars Adam Arkin, Michael Stuhlbarg and Richard Kind.
Directed by John Hillcoat from an adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's novel, The Road stars Viggo Mortensen, Charlize Theron and Kodi Smit-McPhee.
Directed by Lars von Trier, Antichrist stars Willem Dafoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg.
White Ribbon is directed by Michael Haneke.
Directed by Vic Sarin, A Shine of Rainbows stars Aidan Quinn and Connie Nielsen.
Dorian Gray, directed by Oliver Parker, stars Colin Firth and Ben Barnes.
Daybreakers, directed by Michael and Peter Speirig, stars Ethan Hawke, Willem Dafoe and Isabel Lucas.
Carcasses, directed by Denis Côté, stars Jean-Paul Colmor.
Passenger Side, directed by Matt Bissonnette, stars Adam Scott, Joel Bissonnette and Robin Tunney.
An Education, directed by Lone Scherfig, stars Cary Mulligan, Peter Sarsgaard and Alfred Molina.