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  1. Critics' Roundup: 10 Best Films From the Major Fall Festivals (So Far)

    5:00 am 9/12/2014

    With Venice and Telluride wrapped and Toronto just a few days from closing, THR's team of reviewers unveils their 10 favorite films (in alphabetical order) Read more

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  2. 'Labyrinth of Lies' ('Im Labyrinth des Schweigens'): Toronto Review

    6:04 pm 9/11/2014

    German newbie director Giulio Ricciarelli casts Alexander Fehling as a 1950s public prosecutor who wants to sue the 8,000 people that worked at AuschwitzRead more

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  3. 'The Yes Men Are Revolting': Toronto Review

    12:53 pm 9/11/2014

    The comic-activists attempt to keep their act togetherRead more

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  4. 'Beyond the Lights': Toronto Review

    12:30 pm 9/11/2014

    Gugu Mbatha-Raw plays a nascent pop star shrinking from the spotlight in Gina Prince-Bythewood's romantic dramaRead more

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  5. 'The Dark Horse': Toronto Review

    11:51 am 9/11/2014

    The true story of an institutionalized New Zealand man who turns a group of at-risk youth into budding chess champsRead more

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  6. 'Impunity': Toronto Review

    11:51 am 9/11/2014

    Two lovers kill the deserving and innocent on a South African rampageRead more

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  7. Toronto: Chris Evans Directorial Debut 'Before We Go' Gets U.S. Distribution

    11:09 am 9/11/2014

    Radius nabbed the domestic rights to the romance Read more

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  8. Toronto: Sony Pictures Classics Acquires 'Labyrinth of Lies' for North America

    9:23 am 9/11/2014

    The German Nazi cover-up drama has a world premiere on Friday at the Canadian festival Read more

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  9. ‘Frailer’ (‘Brozer’): Toronto Review

    8:57 am 9/11/2014

    Dutch director Mijke de Jong in collaboration with her cast follows actor Leonoor Pauw’s spirited battle against cancer, in what is both a documentary and a work of fictionRead more

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  10. Toronto: 'Act of Killing' Follow-Up 'Look of Silence' Could Also Resonate with Academy

    8:57 am 9/11/2014

    If its distributors qualify the second part of this Indonesian genocide "diptych" in 2014 and the Academy embraces it, Joshua Oppenheimer could become the first filmmaker in 60 years to receive best doc feature Oscar noms in consecutive yearsRead more

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