For those who get to attend the sprawling Toronto International Film Festival, with its 300 or so movies crammed into a little over a week, it's like summer camp for movie lovers, with countless star-spotting opportunities, fellow film buffs crowding the streets and the bars, and more good movies than you can possibly see. For the rest of us, however, the festival is a good predictor of which movies will be captivating us at awards season.

TIFF wrapped last night with 'The King's Speech,' the drama about King George VI (Colin Firth) steeling himself and Britain for World War II, winning the Cadillac People's Choice Award. Being named the audience favorite is a good omen, not just for the movie's commercial prospects, but for the Oscars as well; the last two movies to win that citation at TIFF were 'Precious' and 'Slumdog Millionaire.'

Moviefone and its partners have spent the last several days immersing readers in coverage of the festival, with celebrity interviews, reviews, deal reports and capturing the buzz from those Toronto selections most likely to wow you in theaters over the next few months and to grab for awards glory when Oscar season starts. Here's a quick rundown of the highlights of this year's TIFF.

127 Hours
Based on 38 critics

Mountaineer Aron Ralston must make an agonizing choice after his arm becomes pinned by a boulder. Read More

Waiting for "Superman"
Based on 31 critics

Filmmaker Davis Guggenheim examines the failure of U.S. schools. Read More

The King's Speech
Based on 41 critics

An Australian actor tries to help Britain's King George VI overcome a speech impediment. Read More

Another Year
Based on 35 critics

An aging and lonely receptionist tries unsuccessfully to capture the fancy of her employer's son. Read More

Based on 33 critics

A crook (Javier Bardem) with a terminal illness tries to set his affairs in order. Read More

Black Swan
Based on 42 critics

A ballerina's grip on reality begins to slip as her drive to succeed threatens to consume her. Read More

Blue Valentine
Based on 42 critics

A couple (Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams) cannot halt the downward spiral of their marriage. Read More

You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger
Based on 28 critics

Two married couples face complicated relationships and heartache. Read More