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    Twitter's "Toronto Film Critic" Pokes Fun at Critics, Hilariously

    It's good to laugh at yourself every now and then.

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    Gyllenhaal and Watts Star in Jean-Marc Vallée's 'Demolition,' Up for Grabs in Toronto

    Québec director Jean-Marc Vallée broke out in 2013 with "Dallas Buyers Club" and hasn't, it seems, stopped working since.

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    TIFF Interview: Oren Moverman Talks Homelessness, Compassion And Making 'Time Out Of Mind' Starring Richard Gere

    The films of Oren Moverman often find complex men at their center, trying to make it in a world that doesn't seem to understand them. Whether haunted by war ("The Messenger"), broken down by their profession ("Rampart") or tortured by genius (the Brian Wilson biopic "Love & Mercy," with a script by ...

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    New Buyer Bleecker Street Comes Into Focus on TIFF Opening Day

    Bleecker Street looks to fill the specialty market void left when Peter Schlessel took over Universal specialty label Focus with a more genre-focus in mind. CEO Andrew Karpen is looking for both limited and wide releases, and is willing to use multiple avenues to reach audiences, whether theatrical ...

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    Watch: Exclusive Clip from TIFF Swedish Gangster Drama 'Gentlemen'

    This period piece from Sweden will be making its world premiere this week at the Toronto International Film Festival

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    TIFF Exclusive: Simon Pegg Arrives In Tibet In Clip From 'Hector And The Search For Happiness'

    Simon Pegg has faced zombies ("Shaun Of The Dead"), an alien invasion ("The World's End"), super villains (two "Mission: Impossible" movies, with a third on the way), been blasted into outer space (two "Star Trek" films) among other adversity. But in "Hector And The Search For Happiness" he faces hi...

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    TIFF Interview: Kevin Costner Talks 'Black & White,' Reteaming With Mike Binder And Producing Feature Films

    Kevin Costner is in the midst of something of a career resurgence, which is a very good thing, if you're a fan of the actor's work. It all started with History and A&E's miniseries "Hatfields & McCoys," a smash hit that earned Costner both Emmy and Golden Globe awards for his leading turn. Since the...

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    Watch: First Clip From James Franco's 'The Sound And The Fury'

    It's not a film festival without James Franco unveiling a short film, book of poetry, feature effort, art installation or something, and so the polymath is rolling into Venice with "The Sound And The Fury." Yep, the work of William Faulkner is getting the Franco treatment, again, and the first clip ...

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    Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling-Starrer 'The Nice Guys' For Sale at Toronto

    Writer-director Shane Black's original detective thriller "The Nice Guys," starring Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling and produced by Joel Silver, will be on sale at the Toronto Festival market. Warner Bros. has picked up North American distribution rights. Waypoint Entertainment executive producer Ken...

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