Toronto features – Page 12

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    Toronto 2011: Gary Hustwit

    2011-09-09T08:24:00Z

    The New York City-based director is in Toronto to present the world premiere of his city design documentary Urbanized, the third film is his design trilogy after Helvetica and Objectified.

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    Will Toronto see a buying spree?

    2011-09-08T05:58:00Z

    The heavyweight US sales companies are set to unveil new projects at Toronto ahead of the AFM, confident a weaker US dollar and a buoyant mood from Cannes will prove good for business.

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    Independent streak

    2011-09-08T00:57:00Z

    Steve Bersch leads the formidable Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions team, which has made its mark on numerous indie hits in recent years. He tells Screen what they will be looking for at Toronto .

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    Toronto 2011: Contemporary World Cinema

    2011-09-06T20:13:00Z

    Contemporary World Cinema 388 Arletta Avenue (Can) Dir Randall Cole Vincenzo Natali and Steven Hoban produced this high-concept thriller described by TFI International as Paranormal Activity meets Rear Window . It was presold to eOne for Canada and StudioCanal for the UK. Sales TFI International ALWAYS BRANDO ...

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    Toronto 2011: Vanguard, Midnight Madness, Visions, TIFF Kids

    2011-09-06T20:12:00Z

    Vanguard CARRÉ BLANC (Fr-Lux-Bel-Switz) Dir Jean-Baptiste Léonetti The first feature from acclaimed French commercials director Léonetti, Carré Blanc is a futuristic drama set in a dark dystopian world, about a suicide survivor who works for a nameless corporation. Produced by Tarantula, Solair Films and CJSC CTC Network, the ...

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    Toronto 2011: Real to Reel

    2011-09-06T20:11:00Z

    Real to Reel The Boy Who Was A King (Bulg-Ger) Dir Andrey Paounov The story of Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha who became the tsar of Bulgaria at the age of six and returned from exile following the end of communist rule to be elected prime minister. Contact Zero One - ...

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    Toronto 2011: Gala Presentations, Special Presentations

    2011-09-06T20:10:00Z

    As international buyers and visitors prepare for this month’s Toronto International Film Festival (Sept 8-18), Screen gets the scoop on all the world premieres across TIFF’s main sections

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    Toronto 2010 deals: Back in Business

    2010-10-08T16:45:00Z

    The flurry of pickups at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival points to burgeoning optimism in the ­independent sector. Jeremy Kay explores the festival’s key deals

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    Toronto 2010 slideshow

    2010-09-28T12:52:00Z

    The stars align at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival. All photos by Tim Leyes.

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    View Screen's Digital Dailies from Toronto

    2010-09-21T09:45:00Z

    Missed a daily? Catch up here with our digital editions.

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    Guillem Morales

    2010-09-16T12:18:00Z

    The director of Spanish psycho thriller Julia’s Eyes talks monsters, horror and Guillermo Del Toro.

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    Guillaume Canet

    2010-09-16T12:00:00Z

    French actor/writer/director Guillaume Canet is in Toronto with the world premiere of his follow up to the international hit thriller Tell No One.

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    Denis Villeneuve

    2010-09-16T12:00:00Z

    Quebec’s acclaimed director Denis Villeneuve talks to Screen during Toronto about his fourth feature, the multi layered tragedy Incendies.

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    Guy Moshe

    2010-09-14T10:17:00Z

    Israel-born, US based director Guy Moshe talks about his film Bunraku, which is screening in Toronto’s Midnight Madness section.

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    Will Gluck

    2010-09-13T09:25:00Z

    Director Will Gluck talks about working with rising star Emma Stone on Screen Gem’s high school rom com Easy A, which premieres in Toronto.

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    Tom Hall

    2010-09-13T09:15:00Z

    Irish writer-director Tom Hall speaks to Jeremy Kay about his €1m feature Sensation about a young man who inherits his father’s farming business, which is screening in Toronto.

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    Sarah McCarthy

    2010-09-10T09:00:00Z

    Sarah McCarthy talks about The Sound of Mumbai: A Musical, which one Toronto programmer predicts will be a sleeper hit of the festival.

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    Max Winkler

    2010-09-10T08:00:00Z

    The director of Toronto world premiere Ceremony talks about Jason Reitman’s advice, working with actors, and finding that sweet spot between funny and sad.

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    Kiran Rao

    2010-09-09T15:34:00Z

    Mumbai-based filmmaker Kiran Rao talks about her directorial debut, Dhobi Ghat, which is receiving its world premiere inToronto.

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    Mark Herbert, Mary Burke, Andy Stebbing

    2010-09-09T14:08:00Z Contributing Editor Sarah Cooper

    The three producers of Richard Ayoade’s feature directorial debut Submarine talk about the making of the film, ahead of it world premiere in Toronto.