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    Watch: Trailer for HBO's Alfred Hitchcock/Tippi Hedren Biopic 'The Girl'

    Having dribbled out two teasers at the end of August, HBO's now released a full trailer for its upcoming TV movie "The Girl," directed by Julian Jarrold ("Becoming Jane") and written by Gwyneth Hughes ("Five Days").

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    Exclusive: Clip From TIFF Mystery 'The Time Being' Starring Wes Bentley & Frank Langella

    With the first big weekend at TIFF out of the way, there is still an exciting week of movies and premieres to come, and among the titles big and small still looking to make a splash, is Nenad Cicid-Sain's directorial debut "The Time Being."

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    TIFF Brody Diary Day Three: 'Cloud Atlas,' Entries from Raul Ruiz & Takeshi Kitano, Plus Auguste Perret's Architecture

    It’s only Day Three, and already I overslept – easier to do these past two years as the festival has shifted several kilometers south from Yorkville, where I could used to be able to roll out of bed from my friends’ house and still make a screening, to the area around the Bell Lightbox. Now I have ...

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    Popular UK/Nigerian TV Comedy Sitcom 'Meet The Adebanjos' To Air On South Africa's SABC

    A UK/Nigerian television sitcom we first profiled last year, when it made its debut, titled Meet The Adebanjos, will become the first Nigerian sitcom to air on South African public broadcaster SABC.

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    'Cloud Atlas' Toronto Reviews Clouded By Critical Doubts

    The Wachowskis and Tom Tykwer's sci-fi epic did not receive an epic welcome at the Toronto Film Festival.

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    American Auteurs in Canada: How 'The Master,' 'Spring Breakers' and 'Silver Linings Playbook' Define the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival

    There are some 300 movies at Toronto this year, but at its midpoint, it's the American auteurs -- Paul Thomas Anderson, Harmony Korine, David O. Russell -- that dominate this Canadian festival.

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    Elizabeth Banks Joins Diane Lane In 'West Of Memphis' Director Amy Berg's 'Every Single Thing'

    Coming off the wave of acclaim surrounding her Sundance hit, the documenatry “West of Memphis ” earlier this year, director Amy Berg has wasted no time using that momentum to secure her follow-up and narrative feature debut, the drama “Every Secret Thing.” Before Berg's involvement, the film had bee...

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    If I Am Not On Set, Do I Still Exist? How A DP Works When She’s Not Working

    Last month I had lunch with Mira Steinzor, who I affectionately referred to in my tweets as “DP Jr”. Besides talking about different cameras, how to manage crews and clients, we discussed how to handle your days in between jobs. I remember having the same question when I graduated f...

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    Project of the Day: An American in Africa in 'Mzungu'

    Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite. In the meantime: Is this a movie you’d want to see? Tell us in the comments.

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    Factory 25 Acquires North American Digital Rights to the Melissa Leo Drama 'Francine'

    Factory 25 has acquired North American rights to the Melissa Leo drama “Francine” and will co-release the film on VOD November 1. The Film Sales Company first opens the film theatrically at MoMa September 12, followed by other theatrical showings in the fall and a DVD release in the spri...

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