TIFF and Sundance Will Boost Underrepresented Journalists, and Here’s How

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Brie Larson Says Sundance And Toronto Festivals To Allocate 20% Of Press Credentials To Underrepresented Journalists

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TIFF Names Margarethe von Trotta, Béla Tarr & Lee Chang-dong To Platform Jury

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TIFF 2018 Announces Filmmaker-Heavy Platform Jury, Including Béla Tarr and Lee Chang-dong

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‘The Leisure Seeker’ Film Review: Helen Mirren, Donald Sutherland Highlight Touching Road Movie

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James Franco on Re-Creating a Bad Movie in ‘The Disaster Artist’: ‘The Upside Down of ‘La La Land” (Video)

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Harvey Weinstein Accusations: How Film Festival Environments Provided a Backdrop For Sexual Assault

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‘The Current War’ Star Michael Shannon Says Nikola Tesla is a ‘Rock Star’ (Exclusive Video)

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‘Battle of the Sexes’ Filmmakers on Why Billie Jean King-Bobby Riggs Showdown Is Still Relevant (Video)

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‘Public Schooled’ Star Judy Greer on Shooting Around ‘the Perfect Snowstorm’ (Video)

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Christoph Waltz on How Alexander Payne Hooked Him for ‘Downsizing’ (Video)

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‘Mom and Dad’ Review: Nicolas Cage Goes Nuts in Cartoonish Zombie Thriller — TIFF

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Fox Searchlight Rebounds From ‘Birth of a Nation’ and Returns As a Major Oscar Player

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TIFF 2017 Report Card: Critics Rank the Best Films and Performances

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Jew is the Warmest Color: How Sebastian Lelio Choreographed Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams in the Wildest Sex Scene of the Year

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TIFF 2017 Awards: ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ Wins the Coveted People’s Choice Award

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‘The Wife’ Review: Glenn Close is Exquisite In This Literary Drama — TIFF

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‘Outside In’ Review: Edie Falco and Jay Duplass Find Forbidden Love in Lynn Shelton’s Tender Drama — TIFF

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When Female-Directed Shows Like ‘The Deuce’ and ‘Alias Grace’ Take On Sex, They’re Not Afraid to Make It Scary

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