Hosting over 300 films, many of which are world or North American premieres, the Toronto International Film Festival is a frequently overwhelming experience even for veteran attendees. To help cut through—or at least acknowledge that there will be—hype, this episode features a roundtable of critical voices discussing (and debating) key films from the festival. Participants: Film Comment podcast regulars Nick Pinkerton and Eric Hynes; Toronto-based critic Adam Nayman; Metrograph programmer Aliza Ma; Film Society of Lincoln Center Editorial Director Michael Koresky; and the Editor of Film Comment, Nicolas Rapold.