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    TIFF Exclusive: Steamy International Poster for "The Deep Blue Sea" Starring Rachel Weisz

    Ahead of its world premiere tomorrow in Toronto, take a look at the just-released international poster for "The Deep Blue Sea," starring Rachel Weisz (iW got the exclusive).

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    "Faust" Beats Out "Shame" for the Venice Film Festival's Top Award

    "Faust," a new take on the German legend from Russian director Aleksander Sokurov ("The Sun") walked away with the Golden Lion for Best Film at the Venice Film Festival, beating high-profile contenders such as "Shame," and "Carnage."

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    Fox Searchlight Buys U.S. Rights to Steve McQueen's "Shame"

    Fox Searchlight Pictures has acquired to Steve McQueen's provocative and sexually explicit drama "Shame." Written by McQueen with Abi Morgan, "Shame" stars Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan. 

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    Sundance Selects Takes "Beloved" Out of Toronto

    Sundance Selects has acquired North American rights to Christophe Honoré’s "Beloved," which is currently screening at the Toronto International Film Festival. It marks the fifth partnership between the director and the distributor, who previously released "Dans Paris," "Love Songs," "La Belle Person...

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    Christian Bale's New Movie Screens Footage for Toronto Buyers; Who Will Pick "The Flowers of War"?

    Screening footage for buyers must be one of the most stressful tasks at a film festival. While the majority of the Toronto Film Festival's screenings have some distribution rights up for grabs and face the anxiety of critical response, those movies also have the luxury of celebration: They've been i...

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    Weekly indieWIRE Clicks: This Week's Best News, Reviews, Features and Videos

    This week on indieWIRE, our extensive Toronto coverage got into full swing; we spoke to a 9/11 widow about the documentary "Rebirth;" we told you what we're most looking forward to at TIFF; Venice premiered some of this year's most anticipated films; and much more.

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    Julianne Moore & Greg Kinnear Pair Up for "The English Teacher"

    With the Toronto International Film Festival in full swing, Artina Films announced that Julianne Moore will star opposite Greg Kinnear in Craig Zisk's feature directorial debut, "The English Teacher."

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    Toronto Acquisition: Goldwyn Sashays to "Diana Vreeland"

    North American rights to "Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel" by Lisa Immordino Vreeland have been picked up by Samuel Goldwyn Films, the company said from Toronto Friday. The portrait of the fifty year reign of the "Empress of Fashion" will have a 2012 release.

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    Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda Will Create a New Soundtrack for "The Raid"

    Linkin Park mastermind Mike Shinoda will create an all-new soundtrack for the Indonesian martial arts film "The Raid." The film's slated for release in 2012.

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    Nadine Labaki's "Where Do We Go Now?" is Lebanon's Foreign Language Oscar Entry

    Nadine Labaki's "Where Do We Go Now?" has officially been chosen as Lebanon's entry into the Best Foreign Language Film category for the 2012 Academy Awards. It screens at the Toronto International Film Festival tomorrow.

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