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    Why Mia Wasikowska Has Stuck to Indies Following 'Alice in Wonderland'

    Mia Wasikowska talks to Indiewire about why she's drawn to fiercely independent female characters.

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    Adèle Exarchopoulos Addresses the 'Blue is the Warmest Color' Daily Beast Controversy and the Film's Sex Scenes

    Relative newcomer Adèle Exarchopoulos was the belle of Cannes this year for her breakthrough and baring turn in "Blue is the Warmest Color." Her performance opposite Léa Seydoux as a teenager coming to grips with her homosexuality was so strong it caused the Jury, led by Steven Spielberg, to award t...

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    Toronto Review: Eli Roth Brings Shock, But Few Surprises, to Gross-out Cannibal Tribute 'The Green Inferno'

    For horror fans, Eli Roth and cannibal movies both bring a set of expectations that are met by "The Green Inferno," modern shockmeister Roth's first feature since 2007's "Hostel II." The cannibal genre that came and went in the seventies and eighties was known less for the quality of filmmaking than...

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    Toronto Review: Jesse Eisenberg and Mia Wasikowska Turn Dostoyevsky Into a Bureaucratic Nightmare For Richard Ayoade's Dystopian Treat 'The Double'

    "The Double" is based on a short story by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, but there's a lot more than the sensibilities of the Russian literary giant hanging over this grimly amusing picture. British director and comedian Richard Ayoade's follow-up to his stylized coming-of-age tale "Submarine," the abstract dr...

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    Why Pat Robertson Is So Pissed about TIFF Documentary 'Mission Congo'

    This weekend at the Toronto International Film Festival, filmmakers Lara Zizic and David Turner debuted their film "Misison Congo," an indictment of American televangelist and Christian Coalition mastermind Pat Robertson. Robertson's Operation Blessing organization, which has only seen TIFF's and th...

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    Toronto Review: 'The Dog,' About Gay Bank Robber John Wojtowicz, Is a Must-See Documentary For Fans of 'Dog Day Afternoon'

    Eccentric New Yorker John Wojtowicz was turned into an iconic figure when Al Pacino played the unorthodox bank robber in 1975's "Dog Day Afternoon." Director Sidney Lumet's daylong saga, in which Wojtowicz took a bank hostage in the hopes of raising money for his transsexual lover's sex change opera...

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    Watch Julia Louis-Dreyfus Tearfully Remember Working With James Gandolfini At the World Premiere of 'Enough Said'

    Nicole Holofcener's "Enough Said" premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival this afternoon, and the absence of one of its stars was clear in the emotional Q&A that followed the film.

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    Toronto: David Cronenberg Talks To Indiewire About His Ambitious (and Ultra Mysterious) Multi-Media Production

    Despite a bevy of details announced about TIFF’s David Cronenberg Project at Thursday’s press conference, the most fascinating element remains shrouded in mystery. This is the POD (Personal-On-Demand) device that Cronenberg 'revealed,' in a minimalist sense of the word. It was hard to get a clear vi...

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    Toronto Review: Matthew McConaughey Pulls Off Tricky Performance In Flawed But Affecting 'Dallas Buyers Club'

    It doesn't take long to establish the challenge of Matthew McConaughey's performance in "Dallas Buyers Club," both for him and viewers asked to accept it. The emaciated actor, playing a straight man who just learned he has AIDS, glares at his doctor and fires back that there's no way he's got "that ...

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    Focus Features Loves Jason Bateman's 'Bad Words'

    Focus Features has purchased worldwide rights to Jason Bateman's directorial debut "Bad Words," which made its world premiere Friday at the Toronto International Film Festival.

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