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  1. 'Indian Horse': Film Review | TIFF 2017

    2:23 am 9/17/2017

    The second feature directed by Montreal-born Steadicam whiz Stephen Campanelli is based on the late Richard Wagamese's novel and is executive produced by Clint Eastwood. Read more

  2. 'The Crescent': Film Review | TIFF 2017

    4:56 pm 9/16/2017

    Seth A. Smith casts his own toddler as an endangered child in this maybe-it's-a-ghost-story about loss.Read more

  3. 'You Disappear' ('Du forsvinder'): Film Review | TIFF 2017

    3:52 pm 9/16/2017

    Trine Dyrholm, Nikolaj Lie Kaas and Michael Nyqvist lead the cast of 'You Disappear,' Peter Schonau Fog's Danish psychological drama about the blurred lines between causality and free will.Read more

  4. 'Hochelaga, Land of Souls' ('Hochelaga, Terre des Ames'): Film Review | TIFF 2017

    3:32 pm 9/16/2017

    Francois Girard ('The Red Violin') addresses Montreal's long history in the year of its 375th birthday with 'Hochelaga, Land of Souls.'Read more

  5. 'Miracle' ('Stebuklas'): Film Review | TIFF 2017

    10:25 am 9/16/2017

    The feature fiction debut from Lithuanian female director Egle Vertelyte, 'Miracle,' screened as part of the Discovery section in Toronto.Read more

  6. 'The Wife': Film Review | TIFF 2017

    12:13 am 9/16/2017

    Glenn Close plays the wife of a Nobel-winning writer (Jonathan Pryce) in Bjorn Runge's adaptation of the 2003 Meg Wolitzer novel.Read more

  7. 'Revenge': Film Review | TIFF 2017

    7:30 pm 9/15/2017

    Debuting French writer-director Coralie Fargeat goes the full grindhouse with flair in 'Revenge,' channeling a female gaze and a wicked sense of humor into a rape payback thriller that churns a river of blood.Read more

  8. Toronto: 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri' Captures Audience Award

    1:09 pm 9/15/2017

    The rap satire 'Bodied' and the doc 'Faces Places' also took the fest's top honors.Read more

  9. Toronto: Netflix Buys Clive Owen Psychological Thriller 'Anon'

    11:29 am 9/15/2017

    The Andrew Niccol-directed film was screened privately for buyers at the market. Read more

  10. Toronto: With 'The Wife,' Glenn Close Could Find Herself in the Best Actress Race

    11:24 am 9/15/2017

    The widely respected veteran could garner her seventh Oscar nom — and maybe even a long-overdue win — if a capable distributor picks up her latest film and releases it before the end of the year.Read more

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