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    The 9 Best Celebrity Photo Tweets from TIFF 2014

    Couldn't make it to this year's Toronto International Film Festival? Check out the Twitter highlights from some of the actors, directors and industry folk who were there.

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    TIFF ISA of the Day: Funny Balloons

    ISA of the Day Funny Balloons has two official selections at TIFF this year.

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    TIFF Review: Benoît Jacquot's 'Three Hearts' Starring Charlotte Gainsbourg, Chiara Mastroianni & Catherine Deneuve

    The word "melodrama" tends to be used as a pejorative these days, and that's because there are few movies or TV shows that execute the specifics of the genre well. When it works, an accomplished melodrama allows the audience to fully invest in the emotional lives of its characters, even if the plot ...

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    'The Imitation Game' Takes the Toronto People's Choice Award, Forerunner to Oscars (INTERVIEW VIDEO)

    The audience award-winner at the Toronto International Film Festival is often the best Picture Oscar winner as well. This year, "The Imitation Game" won the People's Choice Award won last year by "12 Years a Slave," and in prior years by several films directed by Brits, "The King's Speech," "Slumdog...

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    'The Imitation Game' Wins TIFF People's Choice Award; Watch 40-Minute Press Conference For The Film

    Ten days of movies (and movies and movies and movies) are now over, as the Toronto International Film Festival closes things off today with its annual awards brunch. And as always, it's the People's Choice Award that can see the Oscar fortune of a movie start to unfurl, and set a path for the months...

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    Why Dan Stevens Left 'Downton' for Film

    Brit actor Dan Stevens, 31, is taking full advantage of his breakout window of opportunity. After ten years of British stage and television he landed the dishy romantic leading man role of Matthew Crowley in TV series "Downton Abbey." And after seeing through his initial three-season commitment, Ste...

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    TIFF Review: ‘Elephant Song' Starring Xavier Dolan, Bruce Greenwood & Catherine Keener

    Directing and releasing five films across the last four years, with three of them premiering at Cannes, and another at Venice, you might understand why Xavier Dolan might not have time to return phone calls. And given the limited stateside distribution of his films, it might also be easy to forget t...

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    TIFF Review: Hal Hartley's 'Ned Rifle' Starring Liam Aiken, Aubrey Plaza, Martin Donovan, Parker Posey & More

    By this point, you're either a Hal Hartley devotee, or you're not. The fiercely independent filmmaker established his voice on films like "Trust," "Flirt," and "The Unbelievable Truth," and for most of his career, stayed far away from the studio system (2001's underrated "No Such Thing" being an exc...

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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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