Variety senior film critics Peter Debruge and Justin Chang discuss the films they've seen at Toronto so far:
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It turns out that, much as some would have hoped, Toronto didn't clarify the Oscar picture at all. It blew it open.
The broadcasters may have underestimated how much they'd make from retransmission consent revenues, according to a new research report, which could ratchet up the pressure on pay-TV distributors who…
Barriers to the feature film business -- at least in terms of finances -- are easing, according to one of Hollywood's top agents.
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Breaking into film production requires preparation above all, asserted a quartet of industry experts at Monday's Winston Baker Film Finance Forum at Toronto. "Make sure you have the goods or no one's…
Lacking the requisite scares, and blood, that entice gorehounds, this handsome, femme-driven Irish-Brit co-production is likely to fall between mainstream and arthouse categories among the several…
Strong perfs, particularly by the kids, whose own dramas build tangentially under the NATO bombings, could sell this wartime romance's otherwise predictable trajectory.
An initially intriguing but unduly protracted drama by Indian writer-director Girish Kasaravalli.
IFC Films has acquired U.S. distribution rights to director Jamie Babbit's thriller "Breaking the Girls" from Myriad Pictures and will give the pic a limited theatrical run stateside. Myriad is…
The most treacherous part of producing a biomusical about an iconic performer is finding an actor who can convincingly handle the role.