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    Exclusive: Susan Sarandon On Her Many Roles in 'Cloud Atlas': "I play an Indian man. I hope I don't get in trouble for that."

    We aren't the only ones excited to catch Tom Tykwer and the Wachowski siblings independently financed epic "Cloud Atlas" in Toronto where it world premieres early next month. Turns out one of its stars, Oscar-winner Susan Sarandon, is too. "I can't wait to see it," S...

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    Mary Pickford Film Gets a Title -- 'The First'; Producers to Host Party at TIFF

    The first feature film on Hollywood legend Mary Pickford has revealed its name: "The First." Producers Julie Pacino and Jennifer DeLia of Poverty Row Entertainment made the announcement Thursday along with additional producer Said Zahraoui. Lily Rabe ("All Good Things," "Ame...

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    TIFF Trailer Watch: 'Passion,' De Palma's Bid to Escape Movie Jail

    "Passion," Brian De Palma's remake of Alain Corneau's 2010 French flick "Love Crime" (starring Kristin Scott-Thomas and Ludivine Sagnier), scored actresses Rachel McAdams and Noomi Rapace in the starring roles.

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    Watch: Brian De Palma is Back With Sleazy-Creepy Trailer for 'Passion' Starring Rachel McAdams and Noomi Rapace (VIDEO)

    Brian De Palma is back in kinky "Femme Fatale" mode with his latest, "Passion," which pairs Rachel McAdams with Noomi Rapace for a loose remake of Alain Corneaus's final film, "Love Crime," which starred Kristin Scott-Thomas and Ludivine Sagnier. Ahead of the thrill...

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    TIFF Preview: Fox Searchlight Pushes Oscar Contender 'The Sessions,' Releases Poster

    Fox Searchlight, which snapped up Ben Lewin's "The Sessions" (formerly "The Surrogate") at Sundance for $6 million, holds high Oscar hopes for film, which stars John Hawkes as journalist and poet Mark O'Brien, who is afflicted with polio but wants to have sex. (Think "My Left Foot.") Searchlight is ...

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    Johnny Depp, Javier Bardem, David Geffen and Amy Berg Among TIFF's Mavericks Program Guests

    The Toronto International Film Festival has announced this year’s Mavericks lineup, which invites audiences into discussions with leaders in the film industry and beyond. 

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    TIFF Completes 2012 Festival Lineup with Masters, Discovery, Mavericks & Docs: Plus Who's Showing Up

    Toronto 37 has rounded out its 2012 festival titles, adding 40-plus titles to its massive slate. New films announced in the Masters program include the North American premieres of Michael Haneke's "Amour," Olivier Assayas's "Something in the Air," Abbas Kiarostami's "Like Someone in Love" and the wo...

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    TIFF FIRST LOOK: Ruba Nadda's Thriller 'Inescapable,' Starring Siddig, Tomei & Jackson (Video Clip)

    Check out our first look at writer-director Ruba Nadda's Toronto-bound "Inescapable," starring Alexander Siddig ("Syriana," "Kingdom of Heaven"), Marisa Tomei ("The Wrestler," "Ides of March") and Joshua Jackson ("The Skulls," "Apt Pupil").

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    TIFF TRAILER: Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor Separated by the 2004 Tsunami in 'The Impossible'

    Ahead of its premiere at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival, Summit has dropped the first trailer for their Oscar hopeful "The Impossible," starring Ewan McGregor and Naomi Watts, to drum up pre-festival hype. Job done. Juan Antonio Bayona's disaster drama recounts t...

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    Toronto Completes 2012 Lineup With 40+ New Titles; Sets Doc Conference

    The Toronto International Film Festival has added over 40 titles to complete its mammoth and impressive 2012 lineup, which now stands at over 200 films.

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