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    TIFF TRAILER: Gauri Shinde Makes Directorial Debut with 'English Vinglish'; Sridevi Marks Comeback

    One of India's most well-known actresses, the classic star of Tamil, Telegu, Malayam and Hindi cinema, Sridevi, makes her movie comeback at the Toronto Film Festival this year in her lead role with Gauri Shinde's directorial debut, "English Vinglish." The film captures a moder...

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    Korine, Lee, De Palma, Anderson and Bier Among 75+ New Toronto Titles; 'Song For Marion' To Close Fest

    The Toronto International Film Festival has added over 75 titles to its mammoth and impressive 2012 lineup, including new films in the Special Presentations and Gala sections from Paul Thomas Anderson, Dante Ariola, Susanne Bier, Nick Cassavetes, Daniele Ciprì, Lee Daniels, Brian De Palma, Ha...

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    TIFF Announces Program For Asian Film Summit; Harvey Weinstein To Serve As MC

    The Toronto International Film Festival has announced guests and programming for the TIFF Asian Film Summit, which will take place on Monday, September 10 at the Shangri-La Hotel, Toronto.

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    TIFF TRAILER: Sarah Polley Makes Leap to Documentary Filmmaking With 'Stories We Tell'

    It took six years for Sarah Polley to follow up her Academy Award-nominated directorial debut "Away From Her" with this summer's "Take This Waltz," so we were surprised (like many) to learn that her third feature, a documentary, will be screening at the upcoming Venice and To...

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    Locarno Review: Markus Imhoof's Insightful "More Than Honey" Concerns a Lot More Than Bees in Crisis

    Markus Imhoof's "More Than Honey" makes a convincing argument for the role of bees sustaining both organic and industrial concerns, not to mention their own complex set of behaviors. Facing crises that threaten to impact their existence as well as various marketplaces that rely on thei...

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    Masterful Fishing Doc 'Leviathan' Presents a Fresh Take on the Nature Documentary Form

    There are moments in "Leviathan" so breathtaking that it's easy to forget they're also familiar. The movie could take place on another planet; instead, it peers at this one from a jarring and entirely fresh point of view.

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    TIFF Preview: First-Time Writer-Director Josh Boone Talks 'Writers,' Starring Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Connelly and Lily Collins

    "Writers," directed by first-time feature filmmaker Josh Boone, has its world premiere in the Special Presentations section of TIFF 2012. Greg Kinnear stars as a successful writer estranged from his ex-wife (Jennifer Connelly) and dealing with his kids' coming-of-age: 19-year-old daugher Samantha (L...

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    Good Lineup, Eh? TIFF Announces Canadian Titles; Includes Sarah Polley, Xavier Dolan, Brandon Cronenberg

    Toronto has announced the homegrown portion of its lineup. Canadian filmmakers represent in both a feature film category and "Short Cuts Canada," as well as a selection of films funded by the National Film Board of Canada.

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    Oh, Canada: Toronto Film Festival Announces 2012 Canuck Titles

    The Toronto International Film Festival announced the Canadian features lineup at a press conference in Toronto this afternoon.  The lineup includes first-time feature filmmakers Jason Buxton, Brandon Cronenberg, Igor Drljaca and Kate Melville, as well as filmmakers returning to the Festival &m...

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    Locarno Review: With an Impressively Creepy Turn by Toby Jones, 'Berberian Sound Studio' Is an Enticing Audiovisual Enigma

    While the closest point of comparison for Strickland's eerie audiovisual thriller is Francis Ford Coppola's "The Conversation," its later scenes shift to Hitchcockian mode.

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