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    TIFF Review: ‘X + Y’ Starring Asa Butterfield, Rafe Spall & Sally Hawkins

    There’s something impossibly charming about Morgan Matthews’ “ X+Y,” his debut as a fictional feature-length narrative director. Much like the film’s core message and encompassing theme, this charm doesn’t come with an equation that leads to an easy solution, which only amplifies our satisfaction th...

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    TIFF Review: Chris Evans' Directorial Debut 'Before We Go' Co-Starring Alice Eve

    The plight of the actor-turned-director is an unpredictable one. The desire to tell your own story, direct and write or star in it (or sometimes take on all of those roles) is a attractive lure, and can turn out very well. But as Ryan Gosling learned at Cannes earlier this year with "Lost River," am...

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    TIFF ISA of the Day: FilmNation

    ISA of the Day FilmNation scores with international sales and a standing ovation at TIFF

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    TIFF Review: ‘Boychoir’ Starring Dustin Hoffman, Kathy Bates, Debra Winger & Josh Lucas

    Screenwriter Ben Ripley has followed up his time-traveling thriller “Source Code” in a most unpredictable way. From an adrenaline-fueled terrorist atmosphere to the private confines of a boy’s choir school, Ripley’s rather plainly titled “Boychoir” bursts with harmony and euphoric melody thanks to a...

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    Julianne Moore Is Back in the Oscar Game

    Focus World's abrupt 2015 placement of Cronenberg's "Maps to the Stars" isn't keeping Cannes Best Actress winner Julianne Moore out of the Oscar game. She's back in the races with "Still Alice," Sony Pictures Classics' first TIFF buy and an awards usher for Moore, who plays a professor beset by earl...

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    TIFF Review: Chilean Mistaken Identity Psychological Thriller ‘I Am Not Lorena’

    “In a digital age…” Love in a digital age. Dating in a digital age. Sex in a digital age. You are going to see a lot of movies about exploring [X] in a digital age. But if we’re not careful, films about the Internet, social media and modern technology are going to come across as surface and obvious....

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    'While We're Young': Noah Baumbach's Xer-Millennial Comedy Ponders the Difference Between Sharing People's Lives and Stealing Them

    With Adam Driver as a young filmmaker clearly modeled on Joe Swanberg. Noah Baumbach's "While We're Young" troubles the line between fiction and fact.

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    Watch: Xavier Dolan Explains His Nervous Breakdown and More Clips from TIFF Talks

    "Mommy” director Xavier Dolan sat down with Indiewire’s Peter Knegt for another round of TIFF Talks at the Toronto International Film Festival this week. Here are some video highlights.

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    David Ansen's Top Discoveries from Toronto 2014

    I only had five days in Toronto this year, and caught 20 movies, a mere fraction of the cornucopia. It’s pointless to generalize about the overall quality of the fare on such a small sampling, but one could glean recurrent themes, such as the unusual number of films about tortured geniuses. More o...

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