TIFFAll that film-type stuff going on in Toronto concluded this weekend with a screening of the (we're really supposed to take Justin Timberlake seriously?) film, Edison. This came after the fest's "big deal" People's Choice Award was handed out to the South African drama, Tsotsi. Not to be confused with Dustin Hoffmans'Tootsie, pic tells the violent life story of a Johannesburg gang leader. Following similar praise in Edinburgh, Tsotsi will now go into distribution negotiations with all but South Africa up for grabs. The award for the film the people liked second best went to Mother of Mine; a mother and son drama set in war-torn Finland. Both films have been submitted to represent their countries in the foreign language category at the Oscars. While we're on the subject, The Discovery Award, voted for by the press corps, went to Look Both Ways while the FIPRESCI Prize was awarded to South Korean director Kang Yi-kwan for Sa-Kwa. The Citytv Award for Best Canadian First Feature ended in a tie between Familia and the music-industry themed mockumentary, The Life and Hard Times of Guy Terrifico. The Best Canadian Feature trophy went to Jean-Marc Vallee's C.R.A.Z.Y for its "standout acting, its incredible emotional resonance and extraordinary visual inventiveness." Gee, and here I thought the bad punctuation in its title might have hurt their chances. For more information on the festival, its films and these awards, you can visit their website here.