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    TIFF To Host 30th Anniversary Screening of 'The Big Chill' On Opening Night

    Thirty years after its world premiere at the 1983 Toronto International Film Festival, "The Big Chill" is back.

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    Toronto Makes Epic First Announcement of Titles; Egoyan, McQueen, Reitman, Reichart and 'August: Osage County' Among Highlights

    The Toronto International Film Festival has begun its annual series of program announcements that will eventually culminate in 250+ of the most anticipated films of the year screening in Canada's largest city this September.

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    TIFF Preps David Cronenberg Exhibition Featuring the Pod Prop, Online PODs, and More Wonderfully Weird Interactive Art

    Hot on the heels of the Stanley Kubrick exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Toronto International Film Festival has announced a multi-platform film exhibition honoring the work of David Cronenberg. "The Cronenberg Project" includes a virtual museum, newly struck 35mm prints of his f...

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    Toronto Film Festival Announces Godfrey Reggio's 'Visitors' As First Official Film From 2013 Program

    Cannes isn't even over yet, but the Toronto International Film Festival has already announced the first official selection for its 2013 edition.

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    Toronto Film Festival Heads To Athens For Fifth City-To-City Program

    The Toronto International Film Festival is going to Athens this year in the fifth edition of the festival's City to City program.

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    Exclusive Video: Derek Cianfrance Talks to Indiewire About the "Agonizing" Experience of Making 'The Place Beyond the Pines'

    "The Place Beyond the Pines," Derek Cianfrance's anticipated follow-up to his 2010 indie breakout smash "Blue Valentine," was the hottest buy out of last September's Toronto International Film Festival, landing with Focus Features literally hours before Indiewire sat down with the filmmaker to discu...

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    Check Out the New Poster for 'Tower,' One of Indiewire's Top 10 Undistributed Films of 2012

    Canadian writer-director Kazik Radwanski's debut film, "Tower," one of our Top 10 Undistributed Films of 2012, has just released a new poster. The film had its world premiere at the Locarno Film Festival and its Canadian premiere at TIFF. "Tower," starring newcomer Derek...

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    How I Won $10,000 in 6 Minutes: A Filmmaker's Account of Pitching His Film at TIFF

    Ian Harnarine is a filmmaker who recently won the PITCH THIS! competition at this year's Toronto International Film Festival. He wrote a personal account of doing so exclusively for Indiewire.

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    IFC Films Captures U.S. Rights to Marisa Tomei Thriller 'Inescapable'

    IFC Films has acquired U.S. distribution rights to writer-director Ruba Nadda’s “Inescapable,” which had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival last week. The company picked up U.S. rights to "Byzantium" and North American rights to the Mira Nair-di...

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    TIFF Capsule Review: 'Pusher'

    Moving the action from Copenhagen to London, this remake of Nicolas Winding Refn’s 1996 thriller ditches some of the eccentricities of the original and delivers a well made, albeit run-of-the-mill gangster yarn. The first English language film from Madrid-born director Luis Prieto does a good enough job, but given the rich recent history of the British gangster movie, it feels like Prieto is happy enough robbing the local bank rather than going all out to nab the crown jewels. At no point does he try to gazump the original. Frank (Richard Coyle) borrows money from Milo (Zlatco Zurič, reprising the role he played in the original trilo...

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