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    TORONTO '07 | IFC "Jar City" Pact as TIFF Opens; Podeswa, Lantos Have Toronto Homecoming with "Piece

    The Toronto International Film Festival is so big -- with a roster of nearly 350 movies -- that multiple films are in the spotlight on opening night. While the fest officially opened with a gala screening and a pair of parties for Jeremy Podeswa's "Fugitive Pieces," across town Martin Gero's "Young People Fucking" was one of the many films also showcased on the first day of TIFF. It was subsequently celebrated with a fitting late-night bash at a new Toronto swingers club. And, fresh from considerable buzz in Telluride over the weekend, Baltasar Kormakur's "Jar City" debuted in Toronto hours before IFC Entertainment confirmed a North American ...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "The Bubble" Director Eytan Fox

    Isreali director Eytan Fox has followed up 2004's "Walk On Water" with "The Bubble," a film that earned a warm reception at last year's Toronto International Film Festival. The film explores the Tel Aviv's isolated relationship to the rest of its conflicted country through the eyes of a group of fr...

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    TORONTO '07 DISCOVERY INTERVIEW: Shamim Sarif: "I think movie making is a bit like childbirth - when

    Throughout the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival, indieWIRE will be publishing interviews with filmmakers in the Discovery section of the festival, which TIFF describes as a showcase for new and emerging filmmakers from contemporary international cinema.

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    TORONTO '07 | Eating, Drinking, and Shopping in Toronto: An indieWIRE Insiders Guide

    Tens of thousands of people will converge upon Canada's largest city over the next ten days or so for one of the world's largest film events, socializing and networking all over town. indieWIRE surveyed a group of Toronto locals and insiders about their favorites places to eat, drink, shop and chill, including some of our own tips from indieWIRE staffer (and former Torontonian) Peter Knegt. The results of our informal, subjective survey follow. We invite readers and TIFF attendees alike to discuss, dispute and react to the suggestions offered. Comments and corrections are invited at the end of this article, so go for it. We'll take another lo...

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    TELLURIDE '07 | Buzz Films Lure Long Lines and Leave Some Shut Out in Telluride

    New fall film releases and foreign language titles from the studio specialty divisions were the hottest tickets at the 34th Telluride Film Festival this weekend in the tony Colorado Mountain town. Sean Penn's "Into The Wild" was by far the most popular screening among the few thousand attendees who ...

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    TELLURIDE '07 | De Palma on "Redacted," Herzog and Penn on Wanderlust, and Telluride Salutes Legrand

    A generally warm, bright weekend here in Colorado has kept Telluride attendees' impulse to enjoy the outdoors at odds with their desire to see new movies. But, festival-goers have jammed fest venues anyway, buzzing recently about numerous films, new and old. Brian De Palma's "Redacted" and Sean Penn...

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    TELLURIDE '07: Haynes' Dylan Stories Stir Telluride; "Band's Visit" Makes Politics Personal

    While the Telluride Film Festival didn't officially begin until after the annual outdoor feed on the town's main street Friday evening, moviegoing kicked off even as some of the 3,000 or so festival attendees were still arriving in town. On Thursday night, festival-goers gathered at the outdoor Abel Gance cinema to see a screening of Norman Jewison's "Thomas Crowne Affair" from 1968. The film features music by Telluride honoree Michel Legrand. Meanwhile across town, festival staffers attended an orientation and were given a special screening of Todd Haynes' "I'm Not There," one of the buzz films of the festival so far. And yesterday afternoon...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Kamp Katrina" Directors Ashley Sabin and David Redmon

    Directors Ashley Sabin and David Redmon, who collaborated on Redmon's directorial debut "Mardi Gras: Made in China" two years ago, bring a unique and extraordinary alternative to the increasing amount of Hurricane Katrina-related docs with "Kamp Katrina." The film follows two New Orleans citizens, c...

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    DISPATCH FROM MONTREAL | Going Full Throttle: The Sun Shines on Montreal World Fest

    Clear and balmy nights have only heightened the jubilant atmosphere around the first week of the Montreal World Film Festival, rebounding from the funding ordeal in 2005 that nearly sounded (erroneously it turned out) the death knell of the 31-year fest overseen by the tenacious Serge Losique. The w...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Vanaja" Director Rajnesh Domalpalli

    Indian director Rajnesh Domalpalli's "Vanaja" centers on the 15 year-old daughter of a financially troubled fisherman. The girl goes to work in the local landlady's house hoping to learn Kuchipudi dance and does well. But, the landlady's son returns from the U.S. and what begins as an innocent sexua...

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