Runners-up include "Starbuck" and "A Separation".
Audience award winners in the Documentary and Midnight Madness categories are "The Raid" and "The Island President".
The People’s Choice Award is the chief award handed out at TIFF, which does not convene a jury to vote the way the Cannes and Venice film festivals do.
A small jury awarded cash prizes for Canadian films including $30,000 for Best Canadian Feature Film, "Monsieur Lazare", $15,000 for Best Canadian First Feature Film, "Edwin Boyd" and $10,000 for Best Canadian Short Film, "Doubles With Slight Pepper".
And the winners are :
People’s Choice Award: "Where Do We Go Now?," Nadine Labaki
Runners-up: "A Separation," Asghar Farhadi, and "Starbuck," Ken Scott
People’s Choice Award for Documentary: "The Island President," Jon Shenk
Runners-up: "Pearl Jam Twenty," Cameron Crowe, and "First Position," Bess Kargman
People’s Choice Award for Midnight Madness: "The Raid," Gareth Evans
Runners-up: "You're Next," Adam Wingard, and "God Bless America," Bobcat Goldthwait
FIPRESCI Prize for the Discovery Section: "Avalon," Axel Petersen
FIPRESCI Prize for the Special Presentations Section: "The First Man," Gianna Amelio
Best Canadian Feature Film: "Monsieur Lazare," Philippe Falardeau
Best Canadian First Feature Film: "Edwin Boyd," Nathan Morlando
Best Canadian Short Film: "Doubles with Slight Pepper," Ian Harnarine
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