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    TIFF’s L.A. Reception

    For the first time ever, Toronto International Film Festival along with Telefilm Canada had a pre-Toronto reception for the trade. Held at Soho House on a flawless L.A. day, with views of West Hollywood and Beverly Hills all the way to the Pacific Ocean, the trade had the happy hours to greet and ca...

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    Richard Lormand at the Toronto Film Festival 2014

    After a couple of years’ absence publicist/ producer, Richard Lormand is returning to Toronto with a satchel full of films. Check these out because when he chooses films, he chooses them well.

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    Oscars 2015 : Best Foreign Language Film Contenders - Europe Part 1

    Early predictions have emerged for most Academy Award categories. As the studios reveal their hopeful offers to be released in the final months of the year, the speculation increases. But despite all the information available on the centerpiece awards, other more obscure races remain a complete myst...

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    Adopt Films to Release African-American Horror Film November 14

    Adopt Films and Bats N Belfrey Productions have announced the upcoming release of an authentic African-American horror film, "Matthew 18," coming to theaters on November 14, 2014.

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    Children of War: Dir. János Szász on His Beautifully Dark Story "The Notebook"

    Survival and the hardships of war are explored from a very specific and thought-provoking perspective in János Szász’ “The Notebook.” A pair of twins in Hungary during World War II is left to fend for themselves when their parents must move away escaping prosecution.

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    Brutally Human: Dir. David Mackenzie on His Outstanding Genre Film "Starred Up"

    Revitalizing the prison film genre by means of raw authenticity and powerful performances, David Mackenzie's ‘”Starred Up” is a bold exploration into the violent mind in the absence of freedom.

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    Napa Valley Film Festival Announces Narrative and Documentary Films in Competition

    The 4th annual Napa Valley Film Festival (NVFF), scheduled for November 12-16, 2014, announced its Narrative and Documentary feature film competition lineups as well as Jury members. The 2014 Festival will screen 22 feature films in competition.

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    Venice Film Festival 2014 Picks by Richard Lormand

    Once again the publicist/ producer Richard Lormand has made his picks for the Venice Film Festival. His choices invariably are top-notch and his notes on the films show a deep love for his work.

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