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TIFF 2012 Trailer Gallery: First Looks at the Year's Most Prestigious Films

Sep 04, 2012 | 7:53am EDT


We've already delivered you a list of the ten films we're making sure to catch when we arrive at the 2012 Toronto Film Festival, but now it's your turn to pick. Here is a rundown of trailers for movies set to debut at the festival — which ones catch your eye? Which ones scream Oscar-worthy? Which ones will you be anxiously awaiting word on from the cinematic epicenter of Canada? Watch and weigh in:


Joseph Gordon-Levitt hunts down his future self (played by Bruce Willis) in this time travel-infused action pic that is set to open the festival:

Anna Karenina

Keira Knightley reteams with her Atonement director Joe Wright for a vivd adaptation of the classic romance novel. Period piece drama done right? We'll find out soon:


Brandon Cronenberg, son of modern auteur David, steps up with his feature film debut, a creepy looking thriller in the vein of his dad's best body horror. Spine-tingling:

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

The seminal high school novel hits the big screen with a modest mix of '90s nostalgia and emo sensibilities. went to the set and interviewed the stars. We feel confident this is one to watch:

On the Road

After a mixed debut at Cannes, Kristen Stewart and Garret Hedlund's adaptation of the defining beat generation novel returns to wow American crowds:


Ben Affleck stirred up the audiences at the selective Telluride and Venice Film Festivals with his real life thriller that takes Hollywood to the tension-filled landscapes of war. Oscar potential? Most definitely:

A Liar's Biography

Monty Python reunites for a 3D animated look into the life of member Graham Chapman, who passed away from cancer in 1989. The trailer looks like a fitting tribute to a man who spun pure lunacy into art:


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