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‘The Goldfinch’: Film Review | TIFF 2019

THR review: John Crowley's adaptation of 'The Goldfinch,' the sprawling, Pulitzer Prize-winning Donna Tartt novel features a starry ensemble including Ansel Elgort, Nicole Kidman and Sarah Paulson.

Toronto: Sarah Paulson Talks “Big, Fat Greedy Play” to Star in ‘The Goldfinch’

Sarah Paulson on Sunday recalled obsessively preparing to audition for John Crowley's 'The Goldfinch' movie adaptation, which has a world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival tonight.

‘The Present’: Theater Review

Richard Roxburgh plays a philandering schoolteacher and Cate Blanchett the love that slipped through his fingers in 'The Present,' Andrew Upton's post-perestroika update of Chekhov's first play, which comes to Broadway from Sydney Theatre Company.

Cate Blanchett to Make Broadway Debut in Chekhov Adaptation ‘The Present’

Directed by John Crowley ('Brooklyn') and penned by Blanchett's husband, Andrew Upton, the play will also star Richard Roxburgh.

How ‘Brooklyn’ Mirrors Saoirse Ronan’s Own Coming-of-Age Story

The 21-year-old nearly won an Oscar at age 13 for 'Atonement,' and eight years later she's giving it another try in a drama that "couldn't get more personal."

Saoirse Ronan’s ‘Brooklyn’ Captures Top Audience Award at Vancouver Festival

The Brie Larson-starrer 'Room' was named best Canadian feature after nabbing the people's choice award in Toronto.

TIFF: Sundance Sensation ‘Brooklyn’ Surges Back Into Awards Discussion

THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg explains why John Crowley's film, Nick Hornby's adapted screenplay and especially Saoirse Ronan's lead perf are likely to resonate with the Academy.

Sundance: Todd McCarthy’s Picks for the Best of the Fest

Is 'Brooklyn' the next 'Boyhood'? Given its raw and raunchy lineup, this year's fest didn't offer much in the way of widely accessible movies — with one quiet, moving, potentially Oscar-friendly exception.

Berlin Preview: 11 Buzzy Titles Headed to the Market

Anxious foreign buyers continue to lament the lack of high-wattage titles, while sales agents hold out hope they can package bigger projects before the European Film Market gets underway.