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  1. Toronto: Lionsgate Nabs Beach Boys Biopic 'Love & Mercy'

    6:01 am 9/10/2014

    The film made its world premiere Sept. 7 at the Elgin TheatreRead more

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  2. 'Good Kill' Director Andrew Niccol Talks U.S. Drone Program, Casting Ethan Hawke

    2:08 am 9/10/2014

    The CIA's drone strategy "blows my mind," says the New Zealand directorRead more

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  3. 'Where I Am King' ('Hari Ng Tondo'): Toronto Review

    10:19 pm 9/9/2014

    A ruined millionaire tries to toughen up his grandkids by moving back to the slumsRead more

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  4. Toronto: Fest Fan Favorite 'Wild Tales' Could Take Argentina Back to Oscars

    9:41 pm 9/9/2014

    In the best foreign language film Oscar category, the South American nation has received six nominations, winning twice, most recently five years agoRead more

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  5. 'Years of Fierro' ('Los Años de Fierro'): Toronto Review

    9:21 pm 9/9/2014

    A likely-innocent man has been on death row for three decadesRead more

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  6. Toronto: Image Takes Adam Sandler's 'The Cobbler' for U.S.

    5:56 pm 9/9/2014

    Sandler can magically "walk in another man’s shoes" Read more

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  7. Toronto: 'What We Do in the Shadows' Gets Canadian Distribution

    4:37 pm 9/9/2014

    Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi wrote, directed and star in the comedy Read more

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  8. 'X + Y': Toronto Review

    2:56 pm 9/9/2014

    Asa Butterfield from 'Hugo' stars with Sally Hawkins and Rafe Spall as a teen prodigy competing in the International Mathematical OlympiadRead more

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  9. Toronto: Why Julianne Moore Could Win the Best Actress Oscar for 'Still Alice'

    2:35 pm 9/9/2014

    The film is still on the market, but a competent distributor could deliver gold for one of the most admired actresses of her generationRead more

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  10. Toronto: Legendary East Chief Says Chinese Film Market Poised for Major Expansion

    2:14 pm 9/9/2014

    The world's second-biggest film market is set for 70,000 screensRead more

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