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    Bobcat Goldthwait Hates Kim Kardashian, Diablo Cody; Loves His Movie

    indieWIRE hosted a series of Q&As at TIFF’s Filmmakers’ Lounge. Here’s the highlights from critic Eric Kohn's conversation with director Bobcat Goldthwait on his feature "God Bless America."Comedian-turned filmmaker Bobcat Goldthwait claims age has brought him a newfound maturity. Looking back on hi...

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    Toronto Critic's Notebook | Coppola's "Twixt" Offers a Metaphor for the Disappointment of TIFF 2011

    To understand the sprawling and messy entity known as the Toronto International Film Festival in its 36th year, look no further than Francis Ford Coppola.

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    Everything You Would Ever Want to Know About Toronto 2011

    This year's massive edition of the Toronto International Film Festival came to a close this weekend with Nadine Labaki’s surprise audience award win for "Where Do We Go Now?." Her drama was just one of over 200 films that screened over the course of the 11-day event.

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    Christophe Honoré on 'Beloved': "I think my characters are very free with their sexuality"

    Spanning 50 years, over two hours and a stellar cast, "Beloved" (Les bien-aimés) by Christophe Honoré is quite the ambitious project, and fans of his well-received "Love Songs" from 2007 will notice doses of familiar ground, and his latest film is complete with...

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    INTERVIEW | How "Blair Witch" Co-Director Eduardo Sanchez Got His Groove Back with "Lovely Molly"

    Twelve years ago, Eduardo Sanchez was in his mid-twenties when he co-directed "The Blair Witch Project" with Daniel Myrick and kickstarted a revolution in first person DIY cinema. Since then, neither Sanchez nor Myrick have seen a significant hit.

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    "Shame" Director Steve McQueen: "We have to keep cinema alive."

    From the moment it debuted at the Venice Film Festival, everybody has been talking about Steve McQueen's "Shame." The follow-up to his universally acclaimed directorial debut "Hunger," "Shame" follows Brandon (Michael Fassbender, who deservedly won best actor i...

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    Will You See This Movie? | Hit 'Tollywood' Director Debuts in America with Prenup Comedy

    Here’s your weekly dose of an indie film in progress; every Friday, we spotlight a bigger project, usually from an established filmmaker or affiliated with a bigger production company.

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    From Barbra Streisand to "Ishtar:" The Strange, Funny Story of "Paul Williams: Still Alive"

    indieWIRE hosted a series of Q&As at TIFF's Filmmakers' Lounge. Here's the highlights from managing editor Brian Brooks' conversation with director Stephen Kessler and Paul Williams, star and subject of the documentary "Paul Williams: Still Alive."

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    Camden International Film Festival Announces Complete Lineup and Points North Doc Forum

    The Camden International Film Festival on the coast of Maine, one of the strongest industry events for documentary filmmaking in New England, has announced its features lineup for its 2011 edition. Included in the lineup are world premieres from Lyda Kuth's "Love and Other Anxieties" and Gabriel De...

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