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As in 2020, this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (which runs to Sept. 18) is a hybrid affair. Unlike 2020, this year’s festival features more glitz, celebrities and indoor screenings

Julianne Moore, Ben Platt and Amandla Stenberg pose on the red carpet of Dear Evan Hansen at the opening gala of the 46th Toronto International Film Festival.DENNIS PORTER/Reuters

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Amandla Stenberg walks the red carpet for Dear Evan Hansen.Chris Young/The Canadian Press

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British actor Josh O'Connor interacts with members of the media at the premiere of the period drama Mothering Sunday at the Toronto International Film Festival.MARK BLINCH/Reuters

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Director Ava Hudson and actor Josh O'Connor pose on the red carpet for the premiere of the film Mothering Sunday.Tijana Martin/The Canadian Press

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Director Eva Husson poses at the premiere of Mothering Sunday.MARK BLINCH/Reuters

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Composer Morgan Kibby at the premiere of Mothering Sunday.MARK BLINCH/Reuters

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Jenna Cato Bass and Babalwa Baartman attend the Mlungu Wam photo call at TIFF Bell Lightbox.JeremyChanPhotography.com/Getty Images

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Stanley Nelson Jr., Traci Curry, and Tyrone Larkins attend the Attica photo call at TIFF Bell Lightbox.Juanito Christopher/Getty Images

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A member of the TIFF team takes the protective plastic covering off the red carpet before a photo call for the opening gala and screening of Dear Evan Hansen.Chris Young/The Canadian Press

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Dear Evan Hansen director Stephen Chbosky and executive directors and co-heads of TIFF Joana Vicente and Cameron Bailey at the film's gala premiere.Ryan Emberley/Getty Images

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People are seen outside the TIFF Bell Lightbox building, headquarters of the Toronto International Film Festival.MARK BLINCH/Reuters

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Justine Bateman and Larry Hummel attend the Violet photo call at TIFF Bell Lightbox.JeremyChanPhotography.com/Getty Images

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