Toronto (Canada) (AFP) – Steven Spielberg finally turned the camera on his own childhood -- from his parents' troubled marriage to anti-Semitic bullying -- as his new movie "The Fabelmans" received its world premiere on a star-studded Saturday at the Toronto film festival. ", Spielberg told a rapturous audience how he had long wanted to make such a deeply personal movie, but had eventually been motivated by the "fear" of the pandemic. Before the screening, Spielberg noted that "The Fabelmans" is his first-ever film to be officially entered at a film festival, marking a coup for the Toronto event. Daniel Craig and the star-studded cast of "Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery" arrived in Toronto for the whodunit sequel's premiere. Similarly, Spielberg assured the Toronto audience that reports he could step away from Hollywood after finally making the "The Fabelmans" were wide off the mark.