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    WATCH: New Clip from TIFF Doc 'Tim's Vermeer' Offers Portrait of an Enigmatic Painter

    A brief new clip from the Toronto-bound art documentary "Tim's Vermeer," an investigation of the paintings of Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer, has arrived. Watch below.

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    TIFF Review: Suspense Thriller 'Blue Ruin' Is Terrifying, And Excitingly Singular

    Dwight (Macon Blair), the lead character of “Blue Ruin,” is a haggard, defeated, middle-aged man. His clothing clings to him, as if to avoid callously slipping to the ground. His beard seems to have formed on his face the way weeds gather on undernourished lawns. One of our first glimpses of his eye...

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    Eating, Drinking, and Shopping in Toronto: A 2013 Indiewire Insider's Guide

    Indiewire surveyed a group of Toronto locals and insiders about their favorites places to eat, drink, shop and chill, including some of our own tips from Indiewire staffer (and on again, off again Torontonian) Peter Knegt. Here are the results of our informal, subjective survey.

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    Watch: Bat For Lashes Natasha Khan Directs Saoirse Ronan For 'How I Live Now" Soundtrack Song

    Though the rest of us will see the film next month, audiences at the Toronto International Film Festival will get to see the Kevin MacDonald-helmed “How I Live Now” next week. The sci-fi film will boast an impressive soundtrack that includes a collaboration between Natasha Khan (of Bat For Lashes fa...

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    The 2013 TIFF Springboard: 10 Actors to Watch Out for In Toronto

    While the Toronto International Film Festival is mostly known for its star wattage and Oscar-bait fare, the event also serves as a springboard for up-and-coming actors to make their marks. Freida Pinto, Ellen Page, Shailene Woodley, Dev Patel, Kodi Smit-McPhee and Oscar-nominee Keisha Castle-Hughes ...

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    New Clip & Photos From 'Enough Said' Starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus & One Of James Gandolfini's Last Onscreen Performances

    Writer/director Nicole Holofcener is one of those rare filmmakers working today who is actually interested in simple stories about real people instead of overly complicated mythological tales involving superheroes or giant fighting robots. In small, measured films like "Walking and Talking" and "Lov...

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    Toronto to Open with Film Tribute to Roger Ebert

    This year's TIFF, which kicks off September 5, will open Thursday night with a film tribute to Roger Ebert (1942-2013). Toronto credits Ebert's presigious attendance in helping the festival grow from "a bootstrap operation to the unofficial opener to Academy Awards season."

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    TIFFticipation 2013: Reviews from Films Already Screened Elsewhere

    As we await the open of TIFF 2013, here are a few films that will play there that have already screened at other festivals so far this year.

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    HBO Snags US Television Rights to Toronto-Bound Doc 'Dangerous Acts Starring the Unstable Elements of Belarus'

    HBO Documentary Films has acquired U.S. television rights to the social revolution doc "Dangerous Acts Starring the Unstable Elements of Belarus" ahead of the film's TIFF world premiere this weekend.

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    Trailer of the Week: Scarlett Johansson is One Sexy Alien in Jonathan Glazer's Creepy Sci-Fi 'Under the Skin'

    Before We Saw the Trailer, We Thought: It's been a decade since iconic music video helmer Jonathan Glazer's entrancing sophomore feature "Birth," starring Nicole Kidman in one of her most mesmerizing turns, so anticipation is high on his long delayed followup "Under the Skin" to deliver. Initially r...

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