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'Hamilton' scored seven wins, while top prizes went also to 'The Ferryman,' 'Angels in America' and 'Follies,' with Bryan Cranston, Sam Mendes, Shirley Henderson and Laura Donnelly among honorees.
Bob Dylan's songs provide the backdrop to 'Girl From the North Country,' a freewheeling Depression-era musical from 'The Weir' creator Conor McPherson.
Tilda Swinton and Jake Gyllenhaal lead a starry internatioal cast in this Netflix-bound comedy thriller from 'Snowpiercer' director Bong Joon-ho, a controversial prize contender in Cannes.
Ewan McGregor and the gang reteam with director Danny Boyle for 'T2 Trainspotting,' the long-awaited sequel to 1996 Brit hit 'Trainspotting.'
Premiering in Toronto, this British social-realist drama follows the bumpy emotional journey of a grieving social worker and two troubled teenage girls.
David Tennant was another winner at the annual event
James McAvoy stars as a crooked drug-addict cop in this darkly comic thriller, based on a cult novel by the author of 'Trainspotting.'
The cinematic British TV drama about a small-town shooting spree makes its North American debut on the big screen in Toronto.
Shirley Henderson does her best to hold everything together in a story about a family waiting for the husband/father to be released from prison.