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Toronto Film Review: ‘While We’re Young’
If age is just a state of mind, then “While We’re Young” is the best kind of therapy that a fortysomething starting to lose touch with the younger generation could hope for.
Toronto: Indiegogo Pacts With Canadian Film Centre (EXCLUSIVE)
Indiegogo and the Canadian Film Centre — the country’s premiere accelerator of professional film, TV, acting, music, and digital media talent — have struck a new partnership that will see CFC re...
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Why 'The Leftovers' Might Be the Most Creatively Bold Series on Television
A very bold experimentread more
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‘Top Five’: Toronto Review
Standup star Chris Rock premiered his third feature at the Toronto Film Festivalread more
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Toronto: Chris Rock's 'Top Five' Sparks Fierce Bidding War
It's the second film from producers Scott Rudin and Barry Diller to draw heated interest in Toronto after Noah Baumbach's 'While We're Young'read more
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‘The Face of an Angel’: Toronto Review
A filmmaker investigates the murder of British student Meredith Kercher in a film starring Daniel Bruhl, Kate Beckinsale and Cara Delevingneread more
Jason Reitman's ‘Men, Women and Children’ – Human Problems Minus Real, Live Humans
Jason Reitman is a writer-director whose voice emerged young – in his early 20s – brash, intelligent, the bleeding edge of his generation. With “Thank You For Smoking” followed...
Kevin Costner and Octavia Spencer Fight It Out in ‘Black and White’
One trend at this year's Toronto International Film Festival has been films that are clearly geared toward audiences more than critics or awards voters, and Saturday's premiere of the Kevin Co...
Toronto: Gaumont Closes Pre-Sales on ‘Samba’ (EXCLUSIVE)
Banking on the smash success of Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache’s “The Intouchables,” Gaumont has closed pre-sales on the duo’s followup, “Samba,” which had its Toronto Gala premiere Fri...
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'While We're Young': Toronto Review
Director Noah Baumbach reteams with Ben Stillerread more
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Toronto: Reitman's Back in Form — and Awards Contention — With 'Men, Women & Children'
The Canadian filmmaker has recaptured the formula that made "Juno" and "Up in the Air" click with critics, audiences and the Academy: employing a big and talented ensemble to smartly and dryly satiriz...
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Toronto: Bill Murray Guns for Another Shot at Oscar with 'St. Vincent'
In a year in which the best actor category seems to be as crowded as ever, Murray, with The Weinstein Co.'s backing, may stand a better shot at a Golden Globeread more
Roger Waters Says ‘The Wall’ is ‘Unashamedly Anti-War’
Roger Waters is bringing one of his greatest artistic triumphs to the screen at a time when war and armed conflict is consuming broad swaths of the planet. At the Toronto Film Festival premiere of ...
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Streamy Hosts Reveal How to Keep Award Shows Current
Grace Helbig & Hannah Hart are no strangers to YouTuberead more
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Toronto: 'Black and White' Could Propel Kevin Costner and Octavia Spencer Into Oscar Race
Mike Binder's drama, which features the Oscar winners on opposite sides of a custody dispute over a mixed-race child, is still seeking a U.S. distributorread more
Toronto Film Review: ‘The Riot Club’
At Oxford, there are classes you take and there are classes you are born into, and Lone Scherfig’s “The Riot Club” is concerned only with the latter — specifically, a group of 10 elite student...
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'The Riot Club': Toronto Review
Upper-class hooliganism spins out of control into tribal violence in this dark drama from "An Education" director Lone Scherfigread more
Toronto Film Review: ‘Eden’
Mia Hansen-Love’s “Eden” would make for a wonderfully eye-opening anchor on a double bill with the Coen brothers’ “Inside Llewyn Davis.”
Venice Film Review: ‘Court’
There are courtroom dramas, and then there’s “Court,” Chaitanya Tamhane’s impressive debut that flays alive India’s justice system while commenting on class, education, and access to power. ...
Sandler Confirms: Ansel Elgort Is Wicked Hot
The crowd outside the world premiere “Men, Women & Children” at the Toronto Film Festival on Saturday was overrun with tween girls who shrieked, hyperventilated and begged Ansel Elgort...

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