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    Mundial, the Mexico City-based 50-50 co-venture Canana made with IM Global Brings 3 Films to Toronto

    Mundial, the Mexico City-based 50-50 co-venture Canana made with IM Global, was set up nine months ago to sell 8 to 10 Iberoamerican pix internationally. Cristina Garza, its inter...

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    HBO Nabs TV Rights to 'Lottery' Director's Doc About the Belarus Free Theatre Ahead of Film's Toronto Premiere

    HBO has picked up the U.S. television rights to Madeleine Sackler's "Dangerous Acts Starring the Unstable Elements of Belarus," a doc about the the award-winning Belarus Free Theatre (BFT) group.

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    TIFF Exclusive: Watch a Scene From Penn & Teller's Spirited Art Doc 'Tim's Vermeer'

    Premiering to rave notices in Telluride over the weekend, the art documentary "Tim's Vermeer," directed by Teller, the famed magician of Penn & Teller fame, next plays at the Toronto International Film Festival. Indiewire is pleased to premiere an exclusive scene from the film.

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    Toronto Producers Lab 2013: Participants Unveiled

    Canada's premier International Film Festival will serve once again as the meeting point for producers from across Europe, North America, as well as Australia and New Zealand in this occasion. Toronto's Producers Lab will take place from September 4 to 7 as part of the many events surrounding the pr...

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    Jon Stewart to Bring Directorial Debut 'Rosewater' to TIFF, Starring Gael Garcia Bernal

    Following a summer-long hiatus from hosting "The Daily Show," Jon Stewart reclaims the anchor's chair Tuesday night just before taking his directorial debut "Rosewater" to TIFF later this week to share footage and pitch foreign buyers.

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    Interview: Director Matthew Saville Talks TIFF Crime Pic 'Felony' Written By & Starring Joel Edgerton

    While Joel Edgerton has no shortage of friends and collaborators he could have chosen to direct his script for the crime drama "Felony," he landed on Matthew Saville, a TV veteran with a couple of feature films under his belt as well. Edgerton had been impressed with the filmmaker's 2007 Aussie TV m...

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    You're Invited: Indiewire Talks to Matthew Weiner, Jason Bateman, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Metallica and More in Toronto

    Insiders at the Toronto International Film Festival can connect daily with filmmakers and stars in Toronto at our afternoon talk series beginning this Saturday. Indiewire @ The TIFF Filmmakers Lounge launches Saturday, September 8 at the TIFF Filmmakers Lounge in the downtown Hyatt Hotel next the TI...

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    The Playlist's 15 Most Anticipated Films Of The 2013 Toronto International Film Festival

    While there might be some overlap with Venice and a little stolen thunder (at least for hardcore cinephiles) thanks to Telluride, that doesn’t make the TIFF lineup this year any less spectacular. In fact this year's slate — that runs as deep as it does long — works more than ever to make those other...

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    Exclusive: Real Life Inspiration For 'Dog Day Afternoon' Exposed in Poster for TIFF Doc 'The Dog'

    Documentary subjects don't come more wild than the one at the heart of "The Dog," a portrait of the late John Wojtowicz, whose attempted robbery of a Brooklyn bank to finance his male lover's sex-reassignment surgery was the inspiration for the classic Al Pacino film "Dog Day Afternoon."

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    Telluride Film Festival Review: If Miyazaki's New Movie 'The Wind Rises' Is Really His Final Film, It's An Appropriate One

    Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki has achieved status as one of the great filmmakers of his time, with a distinctive visual sensibility that has garnered comparisons to Walt Disney and a depth of imagination that defies any classification other than Miyazaki's own head. From "Princess Mononoke" to th...

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