Films Presented At TIFF Tackle Big Literary Lies

In a year characterized by political disillusionment, distrust and banter about "fake new," it seems natural that those themes are represented in movies. At the Toronto International Film Festival, a number of real-life stories were screened about hoaxes, grifters, and false identities, many of them in the form of writers who lied to the public.

However, it wasn't necessarily intentional, says Kerri Craddock, TIFF's head of programming. Movies about literary hoaxes such as "Can You Ever...



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