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    Five New Albums Worth Your Dime

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    QuickShots | Free Toronto, Morgan Freeman, WGA entries, Stone doc, & Venice Preview

    Toronto unveils full outdoor programming: free concerts & screenings

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    Box Office: "September" Skyrockets; Finds 5th Best Doc Debut Ever (UPDATED)

    R.J. Cutler's Anna Wintour doc "The September Issue" made a very fashionable entrance into theaters this weekend. According to final numbers provided by Rentrak, the Roadside Attractions release - which premiered earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festival - grossed a massive $220,416 from six ...

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    TIFF's Free Programming Schedule

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    Happy 70th Birthday, Lily Tomlin

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    Now On USB? Mann Takes "Mushrooms" To New Platform

    Today, for the first time, a feature film is being released on USB. Ron Mann's "Know Your Mushrooms," a doc investigating the near-secret world of fungi that premiered at SXSW earlier this year, is being released on a 4-gigabyte re-usable USB flash drive. What's more, the USB key comes in the form o...

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    Colossal Youth: Alexis dos Santos's "Unmade Beds"

    As long there as there are young people living out their dreams in cities, there will always be young filmmakers eager and willing to follow them around churning out Bohemian anomie portraiture. Kids in urban settings constitute a broad enough arena of exploration that we'll always have the good (P...

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    Tarantino Reviews There Will Be Blood, Sunshine, Taxi Driver

    Brit Sky Movies gave Quentin Tarantino a shot at programming, and he reviews his selections. Not surprising if you've ever spent any time with him, the guy's a perceptive and engaging critic.

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