Can’t make it to Toronto for TIFF in the next few days? Good news! The Toronto International Film Festival is coming to you. This year the festival is offering, for the first time ever, an online-only screening of nine international short films. It’s a film buff’s dream come true. Laugh along with the awkward dry humour of Michael Cera in That Dog. Be captivated by Canadian director Kevin Papatie’s story of the Anicinape people in his short film Kokom, a tribute to his grandmother. Or be charmed by Bacon & God’s Wrath, a Canadian docu-collage about a 90-year-old’s discovery of Google. To watch, all you have to do is buy a ticket to the Short Cuts Remix on Vimeo for $10 between Sept. 10 and 15. On Sept. 16, you can log in and experience a festival screening for 24 hours, wherever you are. You can also watch an exclusive Q&A with the directors. It will be just like you’re at the theatre. All you need is some homemade popcorn! Get more info on TIFF, or read about our favourite Canadian films from last year.