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Toronto International Film Festival

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    Toronto 2012: Rian Johnson on His Opening-Night Film 'Looper' and How the Festival World Has Changed

    Rian Johnson burned a quick mark into the indie-film landscape when his writing-directing debut, the high school noir “Brick,” had its premiere at Sundance in 2005. After fielding a special jury prize for his “originality of vision” and then several Independent Spirit nominat...

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    Get Stiff at Tiff: The Lost Boys Presents The Third Annual Queer Bash Next Tuesday In Toronto

    We can offer a few second sequel movie puns in an attempt to promote the third annual Stiff @ Tiff party -- Stiff: Hard With a Vengeance? Or The Stiff Knight Rises? How about The Stiff Ultimatum? -- but the game would remain the same: On Tuesday, September 11th at Wrongbar from 10pm to 4am (suck ...

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    Telluride Review: Harrowing 'Act of Killing' Is the Most Unsettling Movie About Mass Killing Since 'Shoah'

    In Joshua Oppenheimer's "The Act of Killing," a pair of gangsters -- responsible for murdering an untold number of suspected communists in the years following the 1965 overthrow of the Indonesian government -- get the chance to recount their experiences. At first showing no visible rem...

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    You're Invited: Indiewire Talks to Kristen Wiig, Brian DePalma, Gael Garcia Bernal, Xavier Dolan and More in Toronto

    Over four days, Toronto pass holders can watch talent from this year's festival talk about their films with the staff of Indiewire. Guests include filmmakers Brian De Palma, Derek Cianfrance, Deepa Mehta and Alex Gibney, and actors Kristin Wiig, Gael Garcia Bernal, Darren Criss and Penn Badgley.

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    Telluride Review: Bill Murray's Uneven FDR Performance Just One of Many Issues Plaguing 'Hyde Park on Hudson'

    Bill Murray is a man of many talents who has lately struggled to find the right outlet for them. The latest example, "Hyde Park on Hudson," finds Murray in a tame, mannered costume drama delivering his best FDR impression. The actor's pathos and deadpan skills are buried in the materia...

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    Watch: Trailer for Animated Film 'A Liar’s Autobiography – The Untrue Story of Monty Python’s Graham Chapman' (VIDEO)

    Monty Python member Graham Chapman passed away in 1989, but his story's being told in film form using his own (not terribly truthful) words. "A Liar’s Autobiography – The Untrue Story of Monty Python’s Graham Chapman" is set to air on Epix as well as screen in a few U...

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    Telluride Review: How Israeli Intelligence Doc 'Gatekeepers' Appeals to Both Israeli and Palestinian Concerns

    "The Gatekeepers," a startling exposé of Israeli intelligence agency Shin Bet, delivers an unequivocal indictment. The handful of former Shin Bet heads who deliver candid accounts of their reasoning for various destructive assaults in the constant horn-locking with their Palestinian...

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    Telluride Review: Dennis Quaid, Zac Efron and a Tense Final Act Nearly Salvage Ramin Bahrani's Middling 'At Any Price'

    "Expand or die" is the mantra spouted by farmers in Ramin Bahrani's "At Any Price," a menacing slogan that reflects the explosion of the cornfield market into a $2 trillion industry. It also provides a reminder of the movie's production conditions when compared to everyth...

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    TELLURIDE REVIEW: Star-Studded Marilyn Monroe Doc 'Love, Marilyn' Effectively Deconstructs an Iconic Legacy

    TELLURIDE REVIEW: Star-Studded Marilyn Monroe Doc 'Love, Marilyn' Effectively Deconstructs an Iconic Legacy

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    Charming 'Frances Ha' Reteams Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach For a Deceptively Simple Portrait of Post-College Woe

    A slight and largely charming portrait of post-college woes, Noah Baumbach's deceptively simple "Frances Ha" is breezier than any of his previous ventures and indeed features considerably less ambition than his earlier work. However, that's hardly an indictment for a movie so eager...

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