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Hailee Steinfeld

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    The 9 Best Celebrity Photo Tweets from TIFF 2014

    Couldn't make it to this year's Toronto International Film Festival? Check out the Twitter highlights from some of the actors, directors and industry folk who were there.

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    Watch: Brit Marling on Female Empowerment and More Clips From the 'The Keeping Room' Cast

    Director Daniel Barber, writer Julia Hart, Brit Marling, Hailee Steinfeld and Muna Otaru sat down with Indiewire's Melissa Silverstein for a special TIFF Talk on their action drama "The Keeping Room." The chat is part of a series of conversations taking place at this year's Toronto International Fil...

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    TIFF Review: 'The Keeping Room' Starring Brit Marling, Hailee Steinfeld And Sam Worthington

    We have seen many Civil War movies depicting the horror of battle, the swaths of men left dead on either side, and the idealogical rift that nearly split the country in two. But Julia Hart's 2012 Black List script takes an approach that's refreshing, setting the film during the fading days of the wa...

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    Toronto Review: 'The Keeping Room' is a Feminist Western With Bite

    Brit Marling, Hailee Steinfeld and Muna Otaru star in this tense period drama about three women fighting for their lives in the wake of the Civil War.

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