So Here’s What Happened’s Most Anticipated Films of TIFF2020

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2020 has been A YEAR! So many things have changed and we’ve had to adapt because we have no other choice, it’s what we do as a species. One of those changes has been how film festivals all around the world operate, and the Toronto International Film Festival is no exception. Like many others, TIFF 2020 has gone virtual, providing screening, lectures, conferences and interviews online through that great invention known as the World Wide Web (I’m feeling a bit nostalgic).

Though I miss the charged atmosphere of hundreds of people walking around the festival area in downtown Toronto, chatting with fellow critics about the films we’ve seen and hope to see, making my chicken scratch notes in the dark and interviewing creatives in person, I won’t complain about being able to watch films from the luxury of my setee. Watching films in the cinema is an experience we all enjoy, but we have no choice, so embrace the change.

As I’ve done for previous TIFFs I’ll be covering it on behalf of So Here’s What Happened! as accredited press, which means I’ll be tweeting my initial reactions of the films (#SHWHTIFF20), write reviews and hopefully produce some great interviews for the podcast. Below is a list of some of the projects I’m most looking forward to from TIFF 2020.

TIFF 2020
Bruised by Halle Berry (USA) Gala Presentations
TIFF 2020
One Night in Miami by Regina King (USA) Gala Presentations
A Suitable Boy by Mira Nair (India, United Kingdom) Primetime
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Concrete Cowboy by Ricky Staub (USA) Gala Presentations, TIFF Next Wave
Get The Hell Out by I-Fan Wang (Taiwan) Midnight Madness
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Under The Open Sky by Miwa Nishikawa (Japan) Contemporary World Cinema


All images courtesy of TIFF. TIFF 2020 runs from September 10 – 19, for more festival announcements and to purchase tickets, visit You can email us at, and follow the ladies on social media at @CarrieCnh12@La_Ney_Sha, and the podcast’s official Twitter account @SHWH_Pod  but be warned, we tweet a lot.

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