The 35th Toronto International Film Festival has come to an end, showcasing a slew of Hollywood's most anticipated fall films -- especially noteworthy after such a bleak summer -- and indie gems you'll have to hunt for over the next few years. 'The King's Speech,' 'Rabbit Hole,' and 'Black Swan' are just a few of the hot titles that drew buzz this year. We've already reported that 'The King's Speech' won the coveted People's Choice Award, but what about the rest?

First, attendees also got to vote on the best Midnight Madness flick and documentary. Jim Mickle's 'Stake Land' -- showcasing a post-apocalyptic America after a vampiric epidemic -- won the former, while Sturla Gunnarsson's environment-centric 'Force of Nature: The David Suzuki Movie' won the latter. Shawn Ku's 'Beautiful Boy' (a school shooting aftermath story starring Maria Bello and Michael Sheen) won the "Discovery" prize, while Pierre Thoretton's 'L'Amour Fou' (about Yves Saint Laurent) won the "Special Presentation's winner. And since this is a Canadian fest, maple leaf cinema earned some choice awards as well. Best Canadian Short went to Vincent Biron's 'Le Fleur de l'age,' Best Canadian First Feature went to Deborah Chow's 'The High Cost of Living,' and Best Canadian Feature Film went to Denis Villeneuve for 'Incendies.'

Are you struggling to keep them all straight? To suss out which one detailed a man with a stutter, which was a 'Groundhog Day' thriller, or which film Sarah Silverman is going nude for, hit the jump for a roundup of our features, interviews, and reviews from the stellar TIFF 2010 after the jump.