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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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    Interview: Nicole Holofcener Talks Working With The Late James Gandolfini & Julia Louis-Dreyfus For 'Enough Said'

    Writer/director Nicole Holofcener has only made five movies since 1996 (including “Walking and Talking,” “Lovely and Amazing,” “Friends With Money,” and “Please Give”), but each is an insightful, smart, female-centric gem about modern human connections.

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    The TIFF Review Report: Day 7 ('All is By My Side,' 'Bad Words,' 'Joe,' 'The Unknown Known')

    A member of Outkast wows, a young teenager is wowed by an outcast, a spiritual "Bad" successor and Donald Rumsfeld gets asked all the questions: all part of the seventh full day at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.

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    Interview: Jonathan Glazer Talks The Guerilla Shoot Of His Bold 'Under The Skin' Starring Scarlett Johansson

    It has been close to a decade since commercials and music video director turned filmmaker Jonathan Glazer released his sophomore feature film, “Birth.” Following his slick and stylish debut, the gangster flick “Sexy Beast,” the film marked a leap forward stylistically, with longer takes, a bold visu...

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    IFC Midnight Picks Up North American Rights to Zack Parker's Support Group Thriller 'Proxy'

    New York City-based distributor IFC Midnight announced today from the Toronto International FIlm Festival that it is acquiring the North American rights to Zack Parker's "Proxy."

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    Que(e)ries: Bruce LaBruce On His Gay 'Harold and Maude' (Or Reverse 'Lolita'), 'Gerontophilia'

    Hometown bad boy Bruce LaBruce is back at the Toronto International Film Festival with what could bedescribed as a sort of gay “Harold and Maude” (though LaBruce prefers a "reverse 'Lolita'"). Set in Montreal, the film details the sexual relationship between a teenage boy (dreamy newcomer Pier-Gabri...

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    Watch: Meryl Streep Acts Crotchety in New 'August: Osage County' Trailer

    Check out the latest trailer of John Wells' "August: Osage County," adapted from the Pulitzer Prize-winning play of the same name.

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