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    Watch: Haunting, Meditative Trailer for Pawel Pawlikowski's Award-Winner 'Ida'

    Music Box Films has released a trailer for Pawel Palikowski's "Ida," which made its rounds on the festival circuit last year.

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    Watch: Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley Make Beautiful Music in 'Begin Again' Trailer

    John Carney, who wrote and directed "Once" several years ago, made quite an impression with the indie musical romance, and now he's coming back to the under-appreciated genre with a bigger budget and bigger stars. The filmmaker's upcoming dramedy "Begin Again," starring Oscar nominees Keira Knightle...

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    Jason Reitman Addresses His 'Labor Day' Critics and Explains Why He Made the Film

    Since first making a splash with his feature directorial debut "Thank You For Smoking," filmmaker Jason Reitman has been on a roll with critics and awards voters, garnering a steady stream of acclaim for his follow-up films "Juno," "Up in the Air" and "Young Adult."

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    Vimeo to Premiere 13 Films from The Toronto International Film Festival

    Today, Vimeo unveiled thirteen films making their digital debut in 2014 exclusively on Vimeo On Demand after premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival.

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    The 50 Indie Films Indiewire Wants to See in 2014

    With the avalanche of 2013 Top Ten lists petering out and the Sundance Film Festival a mere week away from introducing what could be this year's "Beasts of the Southern Wild" or "Fruitvale Sation," it's time to stop reflecting on the past year's cinema and start getting excited about this one's. Bec...

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    Festival Circus: How Film Festivals Can Avoid Failure

    If you get the feeling that festivals come and go, there's a reason.

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    The Toronto Film Festival Wants to Rule the World -- And Here's The 26-Page Document That Explains How.

    TIFF director and CEO Piers Handling has announced ambitious plans for the festival to build on its recent growth while staying true to its core mission of "transforming the way people see the world, through film."

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    Why Were There Two Drastically Different Versions of 'The Square' at Sundance and Toronto?

    "The Square," the new film from Egyptian-American filmmaker Jehane Noujaim ("Startup.com," "Control Room") about the last few years' protests in Tahrir Square in Egypt, won the Audience Award at both the Sundance and Toronto film festivals. But the film was drastically recut between Sundance and To...

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    Stanley Kubrick Exhibition Coming to TIFF Bell Lightbox Next Fall

    After hosting exhibitions dedicated to Tim Burton, David Cronenberg and Grace Kelly among others, Toronto's TIFF Bell Lightbox is next set to honor Stanley Kubrick via the Canadian debut of the filmmaker's popular exhibition that premiered in 2004 and has since toured to Paris, Rome, Brussels, Amste...

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