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    Kenya Has a Problem with This Film About Its Gay Community

    'Stories of Our Lives' sheds a light on the oppressed voices of Kenya's LGBTQ community. But just like that, the African country has banned the film altogether.

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    Downey Jr.'s 'The Judge' Is the Latest in a Long Line of Formulaic Hollywood Fare

    Read our review of David Dobkin's "The Judge," starring Robert Downey Jr., which world-premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in September and hits theaters Friday, October 10. Trailer below as well.

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    Jessica Chastain's Long and Rocky Road to 'The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby'

    Jessica Chastain and director Ned Benson talk 'The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby''s long journey to the screen.

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    Watch: Michael Moore's #1 Rule For Documentary Filmmakers (Exclusive)

    Michael Moore talks to Indiewire about the legacy of "Roger & Me," and offers advice to other documentary filmmakers.

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    Watch: 'Mommy' Trailer Pits Mother Against Son

    Don't let the aspect ratio throw you off.

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    TIFF Sex Comedy 'The Little Death' Lands at Magnolia (Trailer)

    Magnolia Pictures has snapped up North American rights to writer/director Josh Lawson's sex comedy 'The Little Death,' which world-premiered in Toronto earlier this month.

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    ‘Tracks’ Oscar-Contender Mia Wasikowska Forges Unique Career Path

    Fact-based odyssey "Tracks," starring Mia Wasikowska as Australian wilderness trekker Robyn Davidson, collected admirers at the Venice, Telluride and Toronto festivals last year, before Weinstein Co. finally opened the movie this past weekend in limited release (worldwide box office so far: $4.4 mil...

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    How Kevin Kline Helped Israel Horovitz's 'My Old Lady' Film Debut

    At the ripe young age of 75, award-winning playwright Israel Horovitz has transitioned from a life in the theater to the magic of the movies. After warming up with a handful of produced screenplays --"The Strawberry Statement" (1970), "Author! Author! (1982) –he makes his feature film debut with "My...

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    'Do I Sound Gay?' Opens DOC NYC

    Fresh from Toronto, director David Thorpe's debut feature "Do I Sound Gay?" will open DOC NYC, the largest US documentary film festival, on November 13.

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