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    Watch: Brit Marling on Female Empowerment and More Clips From the 'The Keeping Room' Cast

    Director Daniel Barber, writer Julia Hart, Brit Marling, Hailee Steinfeld and Muna Otaru sat down with Indiewire's Melissa Silverstein for a special TIFF Talk on their action drama "The Keeping Room." The chat is part of a series of conversations taking place at this year's Toronto International Fil...

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    Watch: First Clip From Civil War Thriller 'The Keeping Room' Starring Brit Marling & Hailee Steinfeld

    One of the TIFF movies we've been most intrigued by, even if it's somewhat under the radar, is "The Keeping Room." Directed by "Harry Brown" helmer Daniel Barber, and penned by first time screenwriter Julia Hart, it tells the story of three South Carolina woman at the end of the Civil War who find t...

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    'Harry Brown' Helmer Daniel Barber To Direct 'Strangers On A Train'-Esque Thriller 'Substitution'

    As far as Hollywood calling cards go for British directors, Daniel Barber has a pretty good one. Not only did he pick up an Oscar nomination for his short "The Tonto Woman," but he then made his feature debut with the Michael Caine vehicle "Harry Brown," a slick, violent vigilante thriller that, if you overlook its questionable "Death Wish"-esque politics, had much to recommend it -- from a technical standpoint at least. So far, however, Barber hasn't had the same overnight success that, say, "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" director Rupert Wyatt managed -- he's attached to direct the Russian mafia thriller "Devotchka," which made last year's...

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