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There are many great movies to see this year. TIFF has managed to round up a list of movies to watch in a theatre, your home, or under the stars. Here are the movies you can see every day of the Toronto International Film Festival in 2020.

September 10th

The first film is the American Utopia, a concert documentary by Spike Lee.

September 11th

The premier of Francis Lee’s Ammonite will be on at 9.15 pm.

September 12th

TIFF Bell Lightbox presents Limbo, a drama and comedy by Ben Sharrock at noon.

September 13th

There will be a digital presentation by Regina King known as One Night in Miami. At TIFF Bell Lightbox, a drama called Beans will be showing.

September 14th

76  Days is a powerful movie of the year, that was filmed in Wuhan during the Corona Virus. It will be showing at 12 pm.

September 15th

TIFF Bell Lightbox focuses on USA Law enforcement, a drama series at 12.30 pm.

September 16th

Wildfire, by Cathy Brady, is an open-air cinema that looks at Irish troubles.

September 17th

The main star of Penguin Bloom, showing at 8.30 pm, is Naomi Watts.

September 18th

Bu Zhi Bu Xiu’s The Best is Yet to Come plays at 4.15 pm at TIFF Bell Lighthouse.

September 19th

Underplayed will be showing at 8 pm at Ontario Place. There will be live performances to close the festival.

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