Film excellence at the Toronto International Film Festival which ended Sunday was on full display, reminding us why cinema is also called the seventh art, a qualifier a critic can’t always use nowadays. British director Steve McQueen’s superb “12 Years a Slave” which won the prestigious audience award is already a front-runner contender for an Academy Award. Other great films were Geoffrey Reggio’s (“Koyaanisqatsi”) return after a number of years with “Visitors,” a B&W musing to a live performance of Phil Glass’s hypnotic score. Attendees will also remember the stunning “Gravity” by Alfonso Cuaron and any number of excellent other entries including “Can a Song Save your Life?” by John Carney (“Once”) and “August: Ausage Country,” another possible Oscar winner. Bravo TIFF.