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TIFF 2012

TIFF’s Cameron Bailey to Indian Filmmakers With Global Aspirations: ‘Think Differently’ (Q&A)

The Toronto Film Festival artistic director warns india's film sector that it must abandon formulaic storytelling to succeed.

Zaytoun: Toronto Review

Eran Riklis' thriller starring Stephen Dorff follows a Palestinian refugee and an Israeli air force pilot in the war-torn streets of Beirut in 1982.

7 Boxes: Toronto Review

Directors Juan Carlos Maneglia and Tana Schémbori's debut feature follows a guide who has to guard seven mysterious, sealed boxes with his life.

Twice Born: Toronto Review

Penelope Cruz and Emile Hirsch star as conflicted lovers in war-torn Sarajevo in Italian actor Sergio Castellitto's fourth film as director.

Bwakaw: Toronto Review

A six-decade veteran of film and television in the Philippines, Eddie Garcia shows both hardened and heartwarming sides in Jun Robles Lana's tender film about old age and loneliness.

I Declare War: Toronto Review

A dozen teen thespians (and a dog) play capture the flag in Jason Lapeyre and Robert Wilson's film that is more "Stand by Me" than "Lord of the Flies."

Toronto 2012: Robust U.S. Film Sales Reported as Fest Draws to a Close

TIFF organizers point to 29 indie titles finding U.S. distribution this year as acquisition titles like "Place Beyond the Pines," "Imogene" and "What Maisie Knew" secured buyers.

Toronto 2012: HBO Doc Films Takes U.S. Rights to Liz Garbus’ ‘Love, Marilyn’

The U.S. cabler acquired the film about the 20th century icon on the 50th anniversary of Marilyn Monroe's death.

Inch’Allah: Toronto Review

Canadian director Anais Barbeau-Lavalette views the Palestinian-Israeli conflict through the eyes of a young doctor played by Evelyne Brochu.

In the House: Toronto Review

French director Francois Ozon delivers a psychologically intriguing drama about a jaded high school teacher caught up in his student's twisted semi-fiction.

The Last Supper (Wang De Sheng Yan): Toronto Review

Ye Liu, Daniel Wu and Qin Lan star in a lavish historical epic directed by Lu Chuan.

Rhino Season (Fasle Kargadan): Toronto Review

Exiled Iranian director Bahman Ghobadi goes to Iraq and Turkey to film a story of capricious political imprisonment.