TORONTO, Aug. 2 -- Coronavirus-related precautions had forced organisers to push the annual International Contemporary Film Festival in Toronto to later in the year. But they came up with a plan to beat the pandemic blues - going retro with a drive-in film festival that didn't get in the way of social distancing curbs.

The 12-day drive-in event, which concluded on Friday night, was held with the aim of getting the city's film buffs out of their homes, sitting in their cars, watching movies without violating coronavirus curbs.

The theme for the event was 'Together Beyond The Pandemic, Sharing Films From The Most Affected Countries' and featured flicks from eight countries from across the world: Canada, India, the US, the UK, France, Brazil...