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by Indiewire
July 25, 2006 5:25 AM
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10 Films Set for Toronto's Midnight Madness Section

The world premiere of Larry Charles' "Borat: Cultural Leanings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Zazakhstan," featuring Sacha Baron Cohen's infamous character will lead the list of new films screening in the Midnight Madness section at the Toronto International Film Festival. The program offers a mix of genre movies, including sci0fi, horror, comedy and docs. Organizers have unveiled a slate of ten midnight movies that will screen at the festival, including Jonathan King's "Black Sheep" from New Zealand, Jonathan Levine's "All The Boys Love Mandy Lane" from the U.S., the anthology "Trapped Ashes" by Joe Dante, Ken Russell, Sean Cunningham, Monte Hellman, and John Gaeta, Nacho Cerda's "The Abandoned" from Spain, Bong Joon-ho's "The Host" from South Korea, Christopher Smith's "Severance" from the U.K., Anders Morgenthaler's "Princess" from Denmark," JT Petty's "S&Man" from the U.S. and Kim Chaprion's "Sheitan" from France. [Eugene Hernandez]

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