Usually the Toronto Film Festival showcases some of Canada's best cinematic talent, but this year the movie selections are some of the best in TIFF's history.

Ranging from thoughtful non-fiction (Jennifer Baichwal's "Watermark") to riveting drama (Bruce McDonald's "The Husband," the films offer inventive stories for movie buffs around the world.

Other notable Canadian films include Cory Monteith's last cinematic showing in "All the Wrong Reasons," a film about a family of furries ("The Animal Project"), and "Triptych," a movie that follows a schizophrenic bookseller.

For a complete list of the films on offer at TIFF 2013, visit the Festival website.

Here's a slate of Canadian movies that you can look forward to at TIFF 2013:

Toronto Film Festival Books Cory Monteith Movie 'All the Wrong Reasons'