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September 6, 2008 4:55 AM
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TORONTO '08 | Day Three Roundup

indieWIRE offers a select take of Toronto 2008 news around the world.

TIFF Elitist?
The Sun's Bruce Kirkland examines, in his opinion, the move from democratic to elitist policy at the Toronto International Film Festival. [Toronto Sun]

More Fun, Less Politics
Michael Cieply takes a look at some of the light films premiering at Toronto this year, including "Rock'n'Rolla," "Slumdog Millionaire," and "Appaloosa." [NYT]

Infinitely Lukewarm
Variety's John Anderson reviews the romantic comedy "Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist". [VAR]

Indie Finance Worries at TIFF
TIFF attendees discuss the dire financial situation in the independent/specialty film world. [Globe and Mail]

Tidbits
Short and sweet summaries of the happenings around festival land. [Globe and Mail]

Asian Invasion
Sales at TIFF see Asian films raise interest among buyers. [HR]


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