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    Trailer For Venice Standout "A Single Man"

    Tom Ford's film "A Single Man" went into its World premiere at the Venice Film Festival yesterday morning as a massive question mark. Nobody knew what iconic fashion designer Ford was capable of as a filmmaker, and many feared "Man" might end up more a vanity project than anything else. But reviews for the film - starring Colin Firth and Julianne Moore - have turned cautious curiosity into genuine anticipation for those not on the Lido: In his final dispatch from Venice, indieWIRE's Shane Danielsen called "Man" an "extraordinarily moving" love story, comparing it to Louis Malle’s great “Le Fou Follet"; Variety's Leslie Felperin called it "...

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    Venice Wraps With Tom Ford's Extraordinary "Man"

    Things I expected from Tom Ford's adaptation of Christopher Isherwood's novel "A Single Man": Some lovely suits. (I don't think this was unreasonable.) Ravishing cinematography. Fastidious production design. An intense, perhaps even synesthetic affinity with the sensual world. Some well-toned ass.

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    Willem Dafoe: "I'm a happy guy, but I also think about death all the time"

    "The hardest thing in the world is feeling engaged with something you don't find interesting. And so, the actual intensity of [this project] is something that I love," actor Willem Dafoe told indieWIRE Friday afternoon in Toronto. And whether its a hypnotic jubilation of sorts or a tremendous sense ...

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    Bad Buzz for "Creation"; "Antichrist" & Almodovar Try to Salvage Toronto Opening Nite

    "'Creation' was DOA tonight," proclaimed Anne Thompson, calling the opening night film at this year's Toronto International Film Festival, "Flat, dull, and painful to sit through." Not a great start for a fest that broke with tradition this year to open with a non-Canadian production. The film focus...

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    Sex Slavery Out of the Shadows: Rohrer's "Fatal Promises" Talks the Dirty Truth

    In Kat Rohrer's doc "Fatal Promises," the doc filmmaker explores a harsh underworld of human trafficking in sex slavery, farm workers and even domestic servants. Though slavery is an image often relegated to a bygone era, it is an increasing, and increasingly invisible crime escalating right under ...

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    cinemadaily | Enviro-Docs "Crude" and "No Impact Man" In Theaters

    A massive environmental disaster in the Amazon Rainforest and one New York City family's quest to go green are the topics of two new enviro-docs hitting theaters today.

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    Sneak Peek: One Minute From Harmony Korine's "Trash Humpers"

    indieWIRE has an exclusive clip from Harmony Korine's ("Gummo," "Mister Lonely") latest, "Trash Humpers," which, crazily enough, delivers pretty literally on the film's title. Shot in an ultra lo-fi aesthetic in Korine's hometown of Nashville, the film ...

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    Marcela Goglio: "This is an exciting time for Latin American filmmaking"

    There’s no doubt about the need to change the sad state of distribution for Latin American cinema in the U.S. so wider audiences can enjoy the many great films being produced in the region that deserve to be seen here. But though this tough reality has been worsened by the economic crisis as fewer ...

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    cinemadaily | The Ins and Outs of Toronto 2009

    Tonight, the Toronto International Film Festival opens. If you're going to Toronto, we want you to know what to expect; if you're not, we want you to feel like you're there. For those attending, indieWIRE's resident Canadian Peter Knegt, has a festival goer's travel guide, featuring food, drink, a...

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    TIFF '09 | Martin P. Zandvliet: "Why can’t work be your passionate lover?"

    In Martin P. Zandvliet's "Applause," Paprika Steen delivers a tour-de-force performance in this devastating drama about an alcoholic actress trying to put her life back together.

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