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    Egoyan's "Truth" Coming To Toronto After MPAA Rating Appeal Rejection

    The version of "Where The Truth Lies," Atom Egoyan's new film, screening here at the Toronto International Film Festival is the "Cannes cut" or the version seen before Egoyan attempted to appease the Motion Picture Association of America by re-editing the picture. Egoyan, en route to Toronto for the...

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    Toronto Fest Puts Spotlight on Hollywood

    It's a real place to discover new talent, the Toronto International Film Festival. Just ask Niki Caro. Three years ago, she showed up as a complete unknown at North America's biggest movie showcase, with a little film about a young Maori girl bucking convention to become leader of her patriarchal tr...

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    Graham Leggat Named New Executive Director of the San Francisco Film Society

    Graham Leggat, who currently serves as director of communications at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, has been appointed the new executive director of the San Francisco Film Society effective October 17th, the organization announced Wednesday. Leggat replaces Roxanne Messina Captor, who departed ...

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    Buyers Market or Marketers Dream?

    Ian Mohr looks at upcoming festivals for Variety, in particular Toronto and Venice, exploring the increased focus on these fall fests as marketing launch pads for new fall films, perhaps at the expense of the events as markets for buying new movies. Mohr opens by noting, "Frustrated with the summer'...

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    Michael Almereyda Interview

    Michael Almereyda talks to Rania Richardson at Downtown Express about his new documentary on photographer William Eggleston, "William Eggleston in the Real World," which will be featured at this year's Toronto Film Festival.

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    Questions for Noah Cowan, Co-Director of the Toronto International Film Festival

    Organizers of the Toronto International Film Festival seem quite proud of this year's lineup, in particular new festival co-director Noah Cowan is boasting about a diverse lineup of some 335 films this yea that includes more than 100 world premieres. Now in its 30th year, Toronto has become a key de...

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    Anticipated Premieres in 2005 Toronto Film Fest Mix

    A number of anticipated new films were added to the lineup for the 2005 Toronto International Film Festival Tuesday. Martin Scorsese will bring to the festival a documentary look at Bob Dylan, dubbed "No Direction Home: Bob Dylan," added to the Masters lineup in Toronto. The film is said to include...

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    335 Films On Tap for 2005 Toronto International Film Festival

    At a press conference this morning in Toronto, organizers of the Toronto International Film Festival unveiled a lineup of 335 films from 52 countries that will screen at next month's event (September 8-17, 2005). Director & CEO Piers Handling, Festival Co-Director Noah Cowan, and Managing Direct...

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    Toronto Fest Unveils Full '05 Lineup

    At a press conference this morning in Toronto, organizers of the Toronto International Film Festival unveiled a lineup of 335 films from 52 countries that will screen at next month's event (September 8-17, 2005). Director & CEO Piers Handling, Festival Co-Director Noah Cowan, and Managing Direct...

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    Toronto Adds Another Gala, Announces 21 non-English Films

    More details of the 30th Toronto International Film Festival were announced Thursday. Twenty-one non English-language titles from 14 countries have been added to the line-up for the 30th Toronto International Film Festival, with ten world premieres, three international premieres, and eight North American premieres slated for the event taking place September 8 - 17. Also added is director Hermine Huntgeburth's world premiere, "The White Masai," which will be a Gala screening. Based on the best-selling autobiographical book by Corinne Hofmann, the film tells the epic story of a young woman who defies countless cultural obstacles in Africa to be...

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