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    Mailer's Prescience

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    Toronto Tidbits: Kevin Smith.

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    Guest SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE Review

    Guest SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE Review

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    TORONTO '08 DISPATCH | Sunday Night at TIFF: An indieWIRE Diary

    Sunday was a busy night in Toronto. Well over a dozen items were on indieWIRE's list of possible events to cover and we were unsure how to negotiate it. At the last minute, we decided that it might be "fun" to have me attempt to attend every single one. While that certainly didn't end up being th...

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    TIFF: Too busy to blog

    TIFF: Too busy to blog

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Toronto 2008 | Three Monkeys

    Toronto 2008 | Three Monkeys

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    Okkervil Podrida

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    DISPATCH FROM VENICE '08 | "The Wrestler," "Un Lac," and "Stella" Stand Out During a Troubled Fest a

    As if to prove that good things do, indeed, come to those who wait, Venice on its penultimate day delivered three of its strongest films. It was a pity, then, that almost no one was left to see them, having by then left the Lido with their minds already made up about this year's festival.

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    TORONTO '08 CRITICS NOTEBOOK | Veteran Filmmakers Stand Out With "Last Stop" While Newcomers Delive

    British director Nigel Cole, best known for the popular art-house comedies "Saving Grace" and "Calendar Girls," introduced his latest film, the father/son road drama "$5 A Day," by explaining to the Toronto International Film Festival audiences at its Saturday night premiere its qualifications as a ...

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    Toronto Tidbits: Bill Maher.

    Toronto Tidbits: Bill Maher.

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