The Toronto International Film Festival continues to sweeten the pot of films it is screening, having now released some of the documentaries that will be shown next month. Leading the charge in world premieres is Grizzly Man director Werner Herzog, who has moved from bears to Antarctica in Encounters at the End of the World. Following are Kevin Macdonald (The Last King of Scotland) who has made a doc about former Gestapo commander Klaus Barbie called My Enemy's Enemy and Phil Donahue, yes, the talk show host, who cooked up a film with Ellen Spiro about the Iraq War called Body of War, which also has music from Eddie Vedder.

From there, the docs are all over the map and handle a multitude of subjects as part of TIFF's Real to Reel program. There's a doc called Trumbo, which details the blacklisting of screenwriter Dalton Trumbo, with appearances by big names like Michael Douglas and Joan Allen. Another doc, called A Jihad for Love, which might sound like a war film, is actually a movie about homosexuality and Islam by Parvez Sharma. On the musical side of things, there is Glass: A Portrait of Philip in Twelve Parts, featuring the composer's work and interactions with names like Woody Allen. There's even some time spent on child prodigies with My Kid Could Paint That, which delves into what constitutes art and details the rise of 4-year-old painter Marla Olmstead. It's a pretty great list of films, many of which are just starting to screen, so I suggest heading over to Twitch. They've posted a great primer for the list that includes each film, location, filmmaker and topic.