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    TIFF Rerun: Interview with Margarethe von Trotta and Barbara Sukowa - Director and Star of Hannah Arendt

    Originally published on October 29. Hannah Arendt opens in New York today and in Los Angeles on June 7th. Last, but not the bit least is a conversation with master director Margarethe von Trotta along with actress Barbara Sukowa who bring us the story of Hannah Arendt one of the first highly visible...

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    TIFF Rerun: Interview with Susanne Bier - Director of Love Is All You Need

    Originally published on September 19. Love Is All You Need opens in limited release on Friday.

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    Trailer Watch: Love Is All You Need - Directed by Susanne Bier

    We saw Susanne Biers' follow-up film to her Academy Award winning In a Better World at the 2012 Toronto Film Festival where we interviewed the director. Here is a new trailer. As of now there is no North American release date but it will be in 2013.

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    TIFF: Interview with Margarethe von Trotta and Barbara Sukowa - Director and Star of Hannah Arendt

    Last, but not the bit least is a conversation with master director Margarethe von Trotta along with actress Barbara Sukowa who bring us the story of Hannah Arendt one of the first highly visible female intellectuals of the 20th century.  Arendt, a Jew, escaped from Europe in 1941 after being im...

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    Fill the Void Written and Directed by Rama Burshtein Gets Picked Up by Sony Pictures Classics

    The team at Sony PIctures Classics has been very busy since Toronto and they added another women directed film Fill the Void written and directed by Rama Burshtein to their list of acquisitions. The film will be Israel's submission to the Academy Award for best foreign film having won seven awa...

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    TIFF: Interview with Cate Shortland - Director and Co-Writer of Lore

    Lore is Cate Shortland's second film after the exciting Somersault. It is a bold look at a young girl who lived her whole life in the belly of the Nazi beast and had no perspective on anything outside her world. She was brainwashed by the culture that she could not comprehend both the end of t...

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    TIFF: Interview with Shola Lynch - Director of Free Angela & All Political Prisoners

    On the day of the premiere of her documentary at the Toronto Film Festival, director Shola Lynch answered some questions about the film. Here is a look at the importance of the film - Black Power Takes Center Stage at the Toronto Film Festival.

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    Trailer Watch: The Patience Stone

    The Patience Stone was the movie in Toronto that two separate women told me I needed to see. And boy was it worth it. It is basically a monologue performed brilliantly by Iranian actress Golshifteh Farahani to her husband who is lying in a coma after being injured in war. The woman is unnamed, as...

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    TIFF: Interview with Susanne Bier - Director of Love Is All You Need

    At the Toronto Film Festival you see a lot of heavy movies really early in the morning. Love is All You Need was a most welcome respite from the intensity that was around at the festival. Academy Award winning director Susanne Bier operating at the top of her game goes in a completely different di...

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    TIFF: Interview with Deepa Mehta - Director of Midnight's Children

    Midnight's Children is literally an epic movie. It tells about the birth and development of India through the eyes of children born the moment the country declared its independence. Deepa Mehta takes a huge leap forward as a director taking the adaptation of Salman Rushdie's novel and craf...

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