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  1. Errol Morris: "Rumsfeld Is the Cheshire Cat, At Times You Feel All That You're Left With Is the Smile"

    10:47 am 9/11/2013

    "You can go into the interviews -- not with a completely open mind -- but you can go into the interviews with a spirit of investigation, and I tried to do that," says Morris about his documentary 'The Unknown Known.' Read more

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  2. Watermark: Toronto Review

    10:38 am 9/11/2013

    The subject of "Manufactured Landscapes" joins its director for a photo-doc follow-up.Read more

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  3. Toronto: The Weinstein Co. Closing Deal for 'The Railway Man' (Exclusive)

    10:21 am 9/11/2013

    UPDATED: The war drama -- starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman -- made its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival on Sept. 6.Read more

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  4. Toronto: The Weinstein Co. Nabs U.S. Rights, Key Territories to 'Eleanor Rigby'

    10:11 am 9/11/2013

    Written and directed by Ned Benson, the film stars Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy and William Hurt.Read more

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  5. Toronto: Elmore Leonard's 'Life of Crime' Selling to Lionsgate, Roadside

    9:22 am 9/11/2013

    UPDATED: The dark comedy closes a deal for U.S. rights just as "McCanick" -- starring the late Cory Monteith -- finds a home with Well Go.Read more

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  6. Toronto: Cory Monteith's 'McCanick' Acquired by Well Go USA

    9:11 am 9/11/2013

    The film made its world premiere at the festival Sept. 9, less than two months after the star died from an accidental overdose.Read more

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  7. The Grand Seduction: Toronto Review

    8:19 am 9/11/2013

    As Ken Scott's "Delivery Man" nears theaters, Don McKellar offers another English-language adaptation of Scott's French-Canadian filmography.Read more

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  8. Toronto: Film Movement Acquires U.S. Rights to Canadian Indie 'Le Demantelement'

    7:47 am 9/11/2013

    The deal with sales agent Entertainment One includes the global airline rights. Read more

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  9. Toronto: How Harvey Weinstein's 90-Minute Pitch Won 'Can a Song Save Your Life?'

    5:00 am 9/11/2013

    Rivals from Lionsgate/Summit couldn't get a word in edgewise, and the splashy offer ($7 million for U.S. rights plus $20 million for prints and advertising) overshadowed the fest's deal scene. Read more

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  10. Toronto: Jim Broadbent, Ray Stevenson and Mehmet Kurtulus Join 'Big Game'

    4:00 am 9/11/2013

    The action thriller in which Samuel L. Jackson stars as the president is set to begin shooting Sept. 12.Read more

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