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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Great World of Sound" Director Craig Zobel

    Director Craig Zobel's "Great World of Sound" revolves around Martin (Pat Healy), who answers an ad to train as a record producer, where he's excited by the prospect of signing undiscovered artists. The company, called Great World of Sound, partners shy, unassuming Martin with the gregarious Clarenc...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Silk" Director Francois Girard

    French Canadian director Francois Girard's Toronto International Film Festival '07 feature "Silk" is based on Italian author Alessandro Baricco's novel of the same name. Married silkworm smuggler, Herve Joncour (Michael Pitt) travels to 19th century Japan to collect his clandestine cargo. While ther...

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    Toronto--Wrap It Up, Pt. 1

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    YYZ to ATL to IFP

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    TORONTO '07 | Cronenberg and Maddin Win Top TIFF Prizes; Mexican Films Also Honored

    Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg's "Eastern Promises" won the People's Choice Award today (Saturday) at the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival. Marking the end of an event that screened some 349 films over 10 days this year, Toronto festival co-directors Piers Handling and Noah Cowan prese...

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    REVIEW | Material World: Francois Girard's "Silk"

    Alessandro Baricco's slim, lovely novel "Silk" works through structure and language (and structural and linguistic repetition) rather than character or plot. Sure, there is a plot: Herve, its nominal protagonist, travels to Japan a number of times in search of silkworms and returns to his native Fra...

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    Max Richter in NYC in November

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    TORONTO '07 CRITICS NOTEBOOK | "Private," "Lars," and "Young Girls" Offer Troubled Youth; "Besieged

    Frustrated youth form the centerpieces of several smaller films at the Toronto International Film Festival this year, and a few bigger ones, too--although even those entries come from filmmakers currently in nascent stages of their careers.

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