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    Tom Ford: "This is the thing I've done in my life that I'm the most proud of."

    "No matter how much you love something, there are those moments where you think, 'shit, maybe I'm just way out on a limb and other people aren't going to feel this way'," Tom Ford said yesterday regarding his film "A Single Man." "But then after the screening in Venice, we had a standing ovation for...

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    Herzog, Audiard, Chabrol, Loach, "Humpers" & "Precious" Headed to AFI Fest

    AFI Fest has announced the first twelve titles that will screen at its 2009 edition. Among the selections are Lee Daniels’ "Precious," Werner Herzog’s "The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans" and Bong Joon-ho’s "Mother." This year's festival will take place October 30 through November 7 in bot...

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    Chris Rock: "Whatever they had in their hair, that's what I had in my hair"

    "I'm not saying anything about that - I'm not saying anything about Kanye [West] and end up on some rap album somewhere," said Chris Rock laughing during an on stage interview at the Toronto International Film Festival yesterday afternoon. And with that, he launched into a mini-rap, "'I got money, C...

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    cinemadaily | A Double Dose of Denis

    Just as Claire Denis' latest "White Material" gets its North American premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival this week, the beloved French filmmaker's "35 Shots of Rum" opens today at New York's Film Forum. A survey of what critics are saying about both films:

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    "Single Man" Sells Overnight; Toronto Buzzes at Fest Midpoint

    In a deal reminiscient of last year's swift Toronto sale of "The Wrestler," CAA staged an all night negotiation, selling U.S. and German rights for Tom Ford's "A Single Man" to The Weinstein Company after the film's first fest screening here. TWC will release the film this year, making it an immedia...

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    cinemadaily | Toronto Critics Take on the Greats: The Coens, Ozon, Egoyan

    Several huge names brought their films to the Toronto International Film Festival, which has been rolling along since last Thursday. Many of the biggest films, like "Up in the Air," "Capitalism: A Love Story," "A Single Man," and "The Informant!" got their world premieres at Venice or Telluride. I...

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    Anna Kendrick on Clooney, Reitman and Heading "Up In The Air"

    "I can't tell you how terrified I was knowing I was going into this," "Up In The Air" actress Anna Kendrick told indieWIRE in Toronto yesterday. "I had something like a month after I was cast before we started filming. And the fear was building up inside me... I was really nervous about having to go...

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    Eugene Hernandez: DIY v. DIWO

    Toronto, Canada, September 14, 2009 -- How many of you have blogs? How many of you are on Twitter, on Facebook, or are curating a film series? Those are the questions that indie producer Ted Hope asked yesterday at a film financing conference here at the Toronto International Film Festival. He's cer...

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    cinemadaily | At TIFF, Business as Usual for Moore, "Whip It" Surprises

    Michael Moore’s latest, “Capitalism: A Love Story,” which premiered at Venice and screened this weekend at the Toronto International Film Festival, “alternates between comedic playfulness and one-dimensional investigative journalism, but not in accordance with any particularly systematic routine,” w...

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    Michael Moore: "The true believers of socialism in America are the Wall Street executives"

    "I think capitalism in general is responsible for a lot of the misery in America and around the world - but maybe it's on steroids in America," Michael Moore told a group of journalists this morning at the Toronto International Film Festival where his film, "Capitalism: A Lov...

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