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    TIFF#: Michael Moore Talks Capitalism: A Love Story

    With his latest agit-prop documentary Capitalism: A Love Story, Michael Moore delivers a scathing, entertaining portrait of how America's "greed is good" credo got us to where we are today. As the country heads toward recovery, the movie remains timely and accommodates the new Obama perspective. But...

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    TIFF#: The Boys Are Back's Owen Goes Family

    Everyone goes into Toronto with a schedule of films to watch. And that list changes with buzz. Some movies fall off due to bad WOM, while others become must-sees. IndieWIRE's in-progress critics' poll of 34 films is indicative of the movies that everyone went to see-- and the ones that nobody did.

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    Reitman Talks Up in the Air, Clooney

    Six years ago, Jason Reitman picked up the Walter Kirn novel Up in the Air and showed it to his father Ivan (Ghostbusters), who acquired film rights. Jason took a short stab at a film treatment of the book about a businessman who is obsessed with collecting frequent flier miles.

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    TIFF#: A Single Man Ignites Fest's First Big Sale

    I was lining up to see designer Tom Ford's first feature A Single Man this morning as the deal was closing for The Weinstein Co. to release the picture. This acquisition title has generated more heat than anything else so far. (Critical buzz is also strong on Get Low, but buyers seem to be holding b...

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    REVIEW | Interpersonal Lyricism: An Exciting Filmmaker Is Born With "Mother"

    Xavier Dolan's "I Killed My Mother" marks the emergence of an exciting new filmmaking talent. The Montreal actor, a mere 20 years old, displays a startlingly mature perspective on human behavior in his triple threat position as writer-director-star. He plays Hubert, a gay teen constantly at odds wit...

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    "Single Man" Sells Overnight; Toronto Buzzes at Fest Midpoint

    In a deal reminiscient of last year's swift Toronto sale of "The Wrestler," CAA staged an all night negotiation, selling U.S. and German rights for Tom Ford's "A Single Man" to The Weinstein Company after the film's first fest screening here. TWC will release the film this year, making it an immedia...

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    IFC Makes First Major Toronto Deal

    IFC Films has acquired the U.S. distribution rights to Nicolas Winding Refn's "Valhalla Rising," marking the first pick-up by a major U.S. specialty distributor during the Toronto Film Festival. The film - which premiered this past Friday - is Danish filmmaker Refn's follow-up to "Bronson." It sta...

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