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waydowntown, Crouching Tiger top Toronto prizes

Gary Burns' waydowntown, a comedy about a group of young people who make a bet about who can last the longest without going outside, won the Toronto-City Award for Best Canadian Feature Film at this year's Toronto International Film Festival which finished on Saturday. A domestic distribution deal for the film is also understood to be in the works.Denis Villeneuve's Maelstrom got a special mention in the category as did the screenplay by Karen Walton of horror ...

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