Sep 02, 2022
By Christine Ross
Oprah Winfrey, Taylor Swift and Harry Styles are among the stars set to lend their shine to the Toronto International Film Festival.
Organizers have announced the talent they expect will flock to the festival, which begins next Thursday.
Styles stars in “My Policeman,” whose ensemble cast has been selected for a TIFF Tribute Award for Performance.
Winfrey, meanwhile, is a producer on “Sidney,” the documentary about the legendary Black actor Sidney Poitier.
Swift is coming to Toronto to present the first screening of “All Too Well: The Short Film,” in conversation with festival CEO Cameron Bailey.
Daniel Craig, star of “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,” is due to walk the red carpet at TIFF with co-stars Edward Norton, Janelle Monae and Kate Hudson.
Daniel Radcliffe and Al Yankovic will be in town to support “Weird: The Al Yankovic Story,” which will premiere as part of TIFF’s Midnight Madness program.
Other notable celebrities set to attend are Jennifer Lawrence, Elisabeth Moss, Viola Davis, Jordan Peele, Zac Efron and Laura Dern.
(The Canadian Press)