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    Daniel Radcliffe Talks Dating and 'Harry Potter' at Raucous TIFF 'F Word' Press Conference

    Daniel Radcliffe was accompanied by co-stars Adam Driver, Zoe Kazan, and Meagan Park as well as writer, Elan Mastai, and director, Michael Dowse ("Goon," "Take me Home Tonight") at the Toronto International Film Festival where the group held a rather eccentric press conference.

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    Here's Every Indiewire Review From the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival

    The 38th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival is coming to a close, and Indiewire has been on the ground to survey the endless array of cinematic selections that have screened at the event over the past week and a half. In case you missed any reviews, we have compiled a list of all the...

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    TIFF Review: 'Therese' Starring Elizabeth Olsen, Oscar Isaac & Jessica Lange

    What a tangled web we weave when with heaving bosoms and pained looks of longing we deceive, and Charlie Stratton's adaptation of author Emile Zola's "Therese Raquin" certainly features enough scenes of both of those. It's a story that's been brought forth in a number to TV productions and most nota...

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    Tribeca Film Acquiring Fanny Ardant Vehicle 'Bright Days Ahead' Out of Toronto

    Tribeca Film today announced they they're acquiring U.S. rights to Marion Vernoux's "Bright Days Ahead," ahead of its North American premiere tonight at the Toronto International Film Festival.

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    Toronto Review: Lightweight 'Jackie Brown' Prequel 'Life of Crime' Features Enjoyable Turns By Mos Def, John Hawkes, Jennifer Aniston

    Writer-director Daniel Schecter's first-two features, "Goodbye Baby' and "Supporting Characters," were ultra-low budget character studies about ordinary young people struggling through their private and professional lives with self-deprecating wit.

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    Toronto: Alex Gibney On How Being Lied To By Lance Armstrong Led to 'The Armstrong Lie'

    Documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney is known for going after big fish such as the Catholic Church (“Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God”), Enron (“Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room”) and the United States Military (“Taxi to the Dark Side”), but when he was tapped to make a film on Lance A...

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    Toronto: Michael C. Hall On Saying Goodbye to 'Dexter' and Playing His First Gay Character Since 'Six Feet Under' in 'Kill Your Darlings'

    For eight seasons Michael C. Hall has killed well over 100 people on Showtime's "Dexter." In a nice change of pace John Krokidas' acclaimed debut "Kill Your Darlings" has Hall playing the victim at the other end of the blade.

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    Mike Myers' Directorial Debut 'Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon' Is Filled With Wild Showbiz Tales

    "Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon," the directorial debut of Mike Myers, is a vaudeville celebrity remembrance of mega-manager Shep Gordon by stars who might have starved without Gordon’s help.

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    Review: 'The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby': 'Him' & 'Her' -- Does the Gimmick Work?

    While technically a three-hour immersion into the experience of a young New York couple dealing with the fallout of their infant child's death, "Eleanor Rigby" -- the original version, anyway -- actually takes the form of two feature-length accounts.

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    Toronto Review: Why Kelly Reichardt's Riveting Thriller 'Night Moves,' Starring Jesse Eisenberg and Dakota Fanning, Is an Ideal Access Point For Her Work

    All of director Kelly Reichardt's movies revolve around some kind of desire for escape: "River of Grass" centered on a broke couple attempting to flee their state; "Old Joy" found two old pals temporarily abandoning the crush of daily routine; "Wendy and Lucy" featured a young drifter stuck in a sma...

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