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Toronto International Film Festival

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    Screen Talk: What Happened at Toronto? Hits, Misses, Oscar Contenders

    For the first time, Indiewire critic Eric Kohn and I got together in person to record Screen Talk, to share our experience at theToronto International Film Festival. We argue the merits and demerits of many of the upcoming fall films and Oscar contenders--and inevitably, we didn't see all the same ...

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    TIFF: How Josh Hutcherson Plans to Follow Up 'The Hunger Games'

    Josh Hutcherson talks to Indiewire at the Toronto International Film Festival about taking a break from "The Hunger Games" to make "Escobar: Paradise Lost," opposite Benicio Del Toro.

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    RADiUS Acquires Nick Kroll Comedy 'Adult Beginners' out of TIFF

    With "Adult Beginners," the Oscar-nominated producer of "Lost in Translation" turns to directing.

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    TIFF Review: 'Revenge Of The Green Dragons' Directed Andrew Lau, Executive Produced By Martin Scorsese

    “There’s a storm coming detective, and I don’t know of any umbrellas that will keep this city dry,” says the protagonist of “The Revenge Of The Green Dragons” at one point. It’s spoken with a sincerity that had us scratching our heads in bewilderment, a statement that’s not exactly directed at this ...

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    Toronto Review: Japanese Hip Hop Tale 'Tokyo Tribe' is a Wild Ride

    Sion Sono follows up crowdpleaser "Why Don't You Play in Hell?" with a feisty yakuza tale.

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    Toronto Review: Israelis and Palestinians Debate Education in 'This is My Land'

    Tamara Erde's timely documentary explores the different approaches to education in Israeli and Palestinian schools.

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    Toronto: Hal Hartley Explains Why He Doesn't Believe in Theatrical Distribution

    The director of "Ned Rifle" discusses his decision to end a story that began with "Henry Fool," and how the market for his films has changed.

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