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    Toronto Review: Benedict Cumberbatch Is A Fine Julian Assange, But Bill Condon's Festival Opener 'The Fifth Estate' Can't Do Justice to the WikiLeaks Story

    Julian Assange is among the most captivating figures of the internet age partly because history has yet to reach a verdict about him. Living in London's Ecuadorian Embassy since last June to avoid extradition charges, Assange still runs the underground organization WikiLeaks' role. His persistence ...

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    13 Films We're Excited For At TIFF 2013

    The 38th Toronto International Film Festival gout underway today in Canada's largest city, and is there ever a lot to choose from. Over 11 days, the festival is offering up a whopping 288 feature films, a huge chunk of them world and international premieres.

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    Ever Wanted to Live Inside a David Cronenberg Film? Now You Can With His New Project at TIFF

    David Cronenberg's films are dark, twisted, and absolutely riveting, but would you want to live inside one? With an ambitious new project, TIFF and the Canadian Film Centre's Media Lab (CFC Media Lab) have co-produced Body/Mind/Change, an elaborate multi-media production with creative direction by L...

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    Eating, Drinking, and Shopping in Toronto: A 2013 Indiewire Insider's Guide

    Indiewire surveyed a group of Toronto locals and insiders about their favorites places to eat, drink, shop and chill, including some of our own tips from Indiewire staffer (and on again, off again Torontonian) Peter Knegt. Here are the results of our informal, subjective survey.

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    The 2013 TIFF Springboard: 10 Actors to Watch Out for In Toronto

    While the Toronto International Film Festival is mostly known for its star wattage and Oscar-bait fare, the event also serves as a springboard for up-and-coming actors to make their marks. Freida Pinto, Ellen Page, Shailene Woodley, Dev Patel, Kodi Smit-McPhee and Oscar-nominee Keisha Castle-Hughes ...

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    Trailer of the Week: Scarlett Johansson is One Sexy Alien in Jonathan Glazer's Creepy Sci-Fi 'Under the Skin'

    Before We Saw the Trailer, We Thought: It's been a decade since iconic music video helmer Jonathan Glazer's entrancing sophomore feature "Birth," starring Nicole Kidman in one of her most mesmerizing turns, so anticipation is high on his long delayed followup "Under the Skin" to deliver. Initially r...

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    HBO Nabs TV Rights to 'Lottery' Director's Doc About the Belarus Free Theatre Ahead of Film's Toronto Premiere

    HBO has picked up the U.S. television rights to Madeleine Sackler's "Dangerous Acts Starring the Unstable Elements of Belarus," a doc about the the award-winning Belarus Free Theatre (BFT) group.

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    TIFF Exclusive: Watch a Scene From Penn & Teller's Spirited Art Doc 'Tim's Vermeer'

    Premiering to rave notices in Telluride over the weekend, the art documentary "Tim's Vermeer," directed by Teller, the famed magician of Penn & Teller fame, next plays at the Toronto International Film Festival. Indiewire is pleased to premiere an exclusive scene from the film.

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    You're Invited: Indiewire Talks to Matthew Weiner, Jason Bateman, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Metallica and More in Toronto

    Insiders at the Toronto International Film Festival can connect daily with filmmakers and stars in Toronto at our afternoon talk series beginning this Saturday. Indiewire @ The TIFF Filmmakers Lounge launches Saturday, September 8 at the TIFF Filmmakers Lounge in the downtown Hyatt Hotel next the TI...

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    Exclusive: Real Life Inspiration For 'Dog Day Afternoon' Exposed in Poster for TIFF Doc 'The Dog'

    Documentary subjects don't come more wild than the one at the heart of "The Dog," a portrait of the late John Wojtowicz, whose attempted robbery of a Brooklyn bank to finance his male lover's sex-reassignment surgery was the inspiration for the classic Al Pacino film "Dog Day Afternoon."

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