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    Toronto International Film Festival Documentary Line-up Led by Morris vs. Rumsfeld, 'Tim's Vermeer,' the Man Behind 'Dog Day Afternoon'

    This year's Toronto International Film Festival documentary world premieres include works by Penn & Teller, artist Chris Jordan, Jehane Noujaim and Leanne Pooley; and North American premieres by directors Errol Morris, Frederick Wiseman, Marcel Ophuls and Claude Lanzmann. (Full line-up is below.)

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    Toronto Announces Documentary Titles: Frederick Wiseman, Claude Lanzmann, Errol Morris, Penn & Teller Among Highlights

    The Toronto International Film Festival last week began its annual series of program announcements that will eventually culminate in 250+ of the most anticipated films of the year screening in Canada's largest city this September. Last week saw the festival reveal a slew of narrative films that made...

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    Toronto's Midnight Madness Program Sets 25th Anniversary Lineup

    The Toronto International Film Festival will celebrate 25 years of Midnight Madness with a "murderers’ row of wild cinematic thrills," the festival appropriately announced at midnight today. Programmed by Colin Geddes, the international lineup offers everything from an extraterrestrial gore-thriller...

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    Here Are Indiewire's Top 10 Articles of the Week: Remembering Dennis Farina, Toronto and Venice Lineups, the Heroines of Cinema and More

    It was a week full of festival news, as both the Venice Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival released their first batch of films for their 2013 installments, bringing along all of the suspected surprises ("The Zero Theorem," "The Wind Rises") and omissions ("Nymphomaniac," "Her") th...

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    TIFF To Host 30th Anniversary Screening of 'The Big Chill' On Opening Night

    Thirty years after its world premiere at the 1983 Toronto International Film Festival, "The Big Chill" is back.

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    TIFF First Looks: Neeson and Wilde in Haggis' 'Third Person,' Andre Benjamin as Jimi Hendrix in 'All Is By My Side'

    With the July 23 announcement of galas and special screenings at TIFF 2013, first-look images from anticipated films are coming in fast and furious. Check out Liam Neeson and Olivia Wilde in Paul Haggis' "Third Person"; and Andre Benjamin (aka Andre 3000) as Jimi Hendrix in John Ridley's "All Is By ...

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    Toronto International Film Festival Launches Oscar Race; 'Fifth Estate' Is Opener, 'Life of Crime' Is Closer

    DreamWorks’ World premiere of Bill Condon's "The Fifth Estate" will open the 38th Toronto International Film Festival announced that the world premiere of Festival on September 5; the fest will close on September 15 with the world premiere of Daniel Schechter’s "Life of Crime."

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    Toronto Makes Epic First Announcement of Titles; Egoyan, McQueen, Reitman, Reichart and 'August: Osage County' Among Highlights

    The Toronto International Film Festival has begun its annual series of program announcements that will eventually culminate in 250+ of the most anticipated films of the year screening in Canada's largest city this September.

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    TIFF Preps David Cronenberg Exhibition Featuring the Pod Prop, Online PODs, and More Wonderfully Weird Interactive Art

    Hot on the heels of the Stanley Kubrick exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Toronto International Film Festival has announced a multi-platform film exhibition honoring the work of David Cronenberg. "The Cronenberg Project" includes a virtual museum, newly struck 35mm prints of his f...

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    Unifrance Has A New Director

    We in U.S. All know Unifrancc because French films are the most popular non-English language in the U.S. In the bad old days, everyone had to ask N.Y. Unifrance's Catherine Verret for a pass (free) for the festival but only those who had actually acquired a French film that year were granted a pass...

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