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Toronto International Film Festival

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    TIFF: How 'Tusk' Ignited a Fire in Kevin Smith's Spine

    Kevin Smith talks to Indiewire in Toronto about "Tusk," a brazenly bizarre horror film based off a premise proposed on Smith's podcast with producer Scott Mosier in which a man (played by Justin Long in the film) gets turned into a walrus.

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    TIFF: Richard Gere Discusses His Career Redefining Performance in 'Time Out of Mind'

    Richard Gere talks with Indiewire at the Toronto International Film Festival about his immersive performance as a homeless man in Oren Moverman's "Time Out of Mind."

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    TIFF: Why Cliff Curtis Won't Talk About His Chess Warrior Biopic 'The Dark Horse'

    Cliff Curtis won’t talk about his new movie. He’ll write notes about it. Type on his laptop. Make elaborate, affirmative gestures in response to a question. But talking? No. Not right now.

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    For Your Consideration: This Year's Oscars Best Picture Winner Probably Didn't Screen at TIFF

    The festival isn't even over yet, but it seems safe to predict the awards chances of this year's slate.

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    Michael Moore's 13 Rules for Making Documentary Films

    During his keynote at the Toronto International Film Festival’s sixth annual Doc Conference, Michael Moore shared his advice to documentary filmmakers, beginning with the notion that they shouldn't be called documentarians at all. "We are not documentarians, we are filmmakers," he told the crowd at ...

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    Toronto: HBO Documentary Films Grabs Nick Broomfield's 'Tales of the Grim Sleeper'

    HBO Documentary Films has acquired US rights to vet Nick Broomfield's chilling true crime document "Tales of the Grim Sleeper" out of Toronto.

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    'Phoenix' Reviews: A Postwar-set Masterwork By Way of 'Vertigo'

    The ending of Christian Petzold's new film has everyone talking.

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