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    Denis Villeneuve on Seeing 'Enemy' For the First Time at TIFF and Pushing Hugh Jackman to the Limit in 'Prisoners'

    After doing Canada proud by earning a Best Foreign Language Film Oscar nomination for his 2010 thriller "Incendies," Quebequois filmmaker Denis Villeneuve returns to the Toronto International Film Festival with not one but two new features, both starring his new muse and bud, Jake Gyllenhaal.

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    Toronto Review: Frederick Wiseman's Sprawling 'At Berkeley' Is Educational, But Whose Side Is He On?

    Frederick Wiseman has looked at institutions for decades – high school, the welfare department, public housing in New York, the US administration of the Panama Canal Zone. Now he's given us "At Berkeley," a look at the University of California at Berkeley, the premiere campus of what many consider t...

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    Toronto: Matthew Weiner On His Feature Film Debut 'You Are Here' and Saying Goodbye to 'Mad Men'

    “Mad Men” creator and scribe Matthew Weiner comes to TIFF this year with his feature directorial debut, “You Are Here.” The journey from script to screen has taken almost a decade as it wasn’t until the success of his series that he was able to secure funding. The film stars Owen Wilson and Zack Gal...

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    Toronto Review: 'Therese,' Starring Elizabeth Olsen, Oscar Isaac and Jessica Lange, Fails On Every Level

    Give a bunch of American actors -- Elizabeth Olsen, Oscar Isaac and Jessica Lange -- a classic Parisian text and they implausibly turn out their best British accents. There is something amiss with a period drama genre when getting the tones from the right side of the English Channel proves so diffic...

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    10 Great Julia Roberts Quotes From The Lively 'August: Osage County' Press Conference in Toronto

    Meryl Streep wasn't in attendance at this morning's packed press conference for "August: Osage County" at the Toronto International Film Festival. But Julia Roberts (who joked that Streep's absence was simply due to her "sleeping") helped make up for it with nearly an hour of lively Julia-isms.

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    Filmmakers and Artists Gather in Support of John Greyson and Tarek Loubani

    Filmmakers Atom Egoyan, Alex Gibney, and Sarah Polley joined John Greyson's sister, Cecilia Greyson, TIFF Lightbox head Noah Cowan and the writer Michael Ondaatje to represent the arts and filmmaking community's plea to release filmmaker John Greyson and his friend Dr. Tarek Loubani from their holdi...

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    TIFF List 2013: A Complete Guide To All The Films At The Toronto International Film Festival

    The Toronto International Film Festival has started announcing what is shaping up to be an epic lineup for its its 38th edition.

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    Twelve Things We Learned about Spike Jonze at His TIFF Talk

    Here are 12 things Indiewire learned from Spike Jonze's TIFF chat.

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    Josh Brolin On Why He Felt Exposed Making 'Labor Day' With Jason Reitman and How Kate Winslet Surprised Him

    Jason Reitman puts Josh Brolin's handsomely rugged features and deep well of vulnerability to powerful use in his latest "Labor Day," which recently officially premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival after previewing to great word of mouth in Telluride (go here for Indiewire's glowing r...

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    Toronto Review: Penis Mutilation, Rock Masturbation, and Other Wacky Ingredients Turn Kim Ki-duk's Wordless 'Moebius' Into a Memorable Provocation

    Korean director Kim Ki-duk is no stranger to dark stories of estranged families led to vicious acts of violence, but "Moebius" still manages to freshen up those expectations. Within its first 15 minutes, we witness a psychotic woman attempt to chop off her husband's penis in an act of revenge for hi...

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