Brendan Kelly

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Northern Exposure

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TORONTO - The Toronto Intl. Film Festival is often referred to as the most Hollywood of film festivals, and it has indeed become a favorite with the U.S. film biz for premieres and acquisitions.

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Homegrown pix premiere

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Perspective Canada, the Toronto fest's all-Canuck program, was launched in 1984 and since then has become the most important annual showcase of homegrown film-making from the Great White North. What…

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Great blight north

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One thing is crystal clear after the first five days of the 24th annual Montreal World Film Festival: 'Round these parts, Euro and Canuck cinema is in and Hollywood is barely on the radar.

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Toronto Time Capsule

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1976 First Toronto Intl. Film Festival opens with French pic “Cousin, Cousine,” replacing last-minute cancellation “Bound for Glory.” 1978 Ontario Censor Board unsuccessfully tries to force fest to…

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Silver screen gem

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There are few easy explanations for how a small, indie Canadian festival managed to somehow make it to the upper echelons of the global fest hierarchy. Today, Toronto is widely considered to be among…

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Marketplace

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Domestic Film DAILY

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  1. 1

    Lucy

    Daily Gross:$3.2M

    Cume to07.31.14: $61.3M

    Lucy

    1
    Daily:$3.2M Cumulative:$61.3M Universal Pictures -13.60%
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    Hercules

    Daily Gross:$2.1M

    Cume to07.31.14: $41.6M

    Hercules

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    Daily:$2.1M Cumulative:$41.6M Paramount Pictures -19.10%
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    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    Daily Gross:$1.6M

    Cume to07.31.14: $180.6M

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    3
    Daily:$1.6M Cumulative:$180.6M Fox -12.84%

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