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  1. Toronto: 'Mifune: The Last Samurai' Goes to Strand Releasing

    1:02 pm 9/13/2016

    Directors Steven Spielberg and Martin Scorsese pay tribute to celebrated Japanese actor Toshiro Mifune in the the documentary that screened at Venice and Telluride. Read more

  2. 'Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane Documentary': Film Review | TIFF 2016

    12:25 pm 9/13/2016

    Director John Scheinfeld's doc is a comprehensive, engrossing and, it’s tempting to say, worshipful account of the life of the music titan.Read more

  3. Toronto: 'Denial' Performances Could Attract Academy's Attention

    11:50 am 9/13/2016

    Rachel Weisz, Timothy Spall and Tom Wilkinson star in Mick Jackson's film about the legal battle between a Holocaust expert and a Holocaust denier.Read more

  4. Art House Theaters Hit By Bankruptcies: "We Need a Serious Game-Changer"

    8:00 am 9/13/2016

    As two major players in the international indie space go down in financial ruin (on the same day no less), insiders wonder how much longer edgy, midbudget releases can survive. Read more

  5. 'The Limehouse Golem': Film Review | TIFF 2016

    7:59 am 9/13/2016

    Bill Nighy stars as a detective investigating a series of murders in Victorian London while co-star Olivia Cooke plays a music hall star accused of killing her husband in period horror movie 'The Limehouse Golem.'Read more

  6. Lionsgate's Jon Feltheimer Touts Film and TV Slate to Investors

    7:37 am 9/13/2016

    His studio held its first AGM since unveiling a $4.4 billion merger with Starz. Read more

  7. Toronto: Indian Title 'A Death in the Gunj' to Open Mumbai Film Festival

    11:50 pm 9/12/2016

    The coming-of-age drama, the directorial debut of actress Konkona Sen Sharma, had its world premiere at Toronto.Read more

  8. Toronto: Cannes Winner 'I, Daniel Blake' Will Test Academy's Mettle

    11:23 pm 9/12/2016

    THR's awards analyst says Ken Loach, the 80-year-old Brit who has been the king of the "kitchen sink drama" for a half-century, could land his first best director Oscar nom for this heartbreaking example of the genre.Read more

  9. 'Abacus: Small Enough to Jail': Film Review | TIFF 2016

    6:53 pm 9/12/2016

    This Toronto premiere from 'Hoop Dreams' director Steve James chronicles the case against the only U.S. bank prosecuted for mortgage fraud after the 2008 crash.Read more

  10. Toronto: Rami Malek, John Legend and More Stars Share Their First Job - TIFF 2016

    6:37 pm 9/12/2016

    "Some shoe string play production in New York City I probably got paid for, but ended paying for the show in dressing myself," Rami Malek told THR.Read more

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