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    TORONTO '08 | Day Two Roundup

    TORONTO '08 | Day Two Roundup

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    Creative Dilemma-ing

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    Toronto 2008 | Treeless Mountain

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    iW NEWS | Participant and Public Affairs To Collaborate

    Participant Media, the entertainment company responsible for "The Visitor" and "Syriana, and book publisher PublicAffairs, are joining forces for a series of books, published by PublicAffairs, based on Participant's narrative and documentary films. Their first collaboration will be a paperback original that expands on the ideas presented in doc "Food, Inc.," which is currently screening at the Toronto International Film Festival. Each book in the series will provide context and background about the film’s themes and content, from both the makers of the movies as well as outside experts in the field, and resources offering various ways for peo...

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    iW NEWS | Lee Launches 2nd Babelgum

    The Babelgum Online Film Festival, a free, independent Web TV platform, has announced a second edition. The announcement will be made today by Spike Lee during a press conference at the Toronto International Film Festival, where Babelgum will also be premiering the trailer of its first original film production "Downstream", focusing on the controversy over the development of Alberta's oil sands. "The results from the 1st Babelgum Online Film Festival proved that audiences from all over the world are eager for new content and that independent filmmakers are excited to have found a new place to showcase their work," Spike Lee said in a statemen...

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    iW NEWS | Image Entertainment Takes "$5 a Day"

    Image Entertainment announced today at the Toronto International Film Festival that it has acquired from all North American rights (except theatrical) to the comedy "$5 a Day" from Capitol Films, Ltd. The film stars Amanda Peet, Sharon Stone, Christopher Walken and Alessandro Nivola, and will screen in Toronto on Sept. 6, 7 and 12. "This film is certain to be an audience-pleaser with it all-star cast and funny storyline," said Bill Bromiley, Chief Acquisitions Officer of Image Entertainment, in a statement. "Amanda Peet, Sharon Stone and Christopher Walken are all hilarious in this tale of a crazy father and his not-so-crazy son." [Peter Kneg...

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    Toronto 2008 | Snow

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    No Tories At TIFF

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