Toronto film festival 2014

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Still Alice co-director Richard Glatzer dies aged 63
Film-maker who, alongside husband, directed Oscar-winning performance from Julianne Moore as professor with Alzheimer’s, dies of complications from ALS

Catherine Shoard

11, Mar, 2015 @11:02 PM

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The gospel according to Bill Murray: impending apocalypse, seatbelt safety and his favourite saint – interview
The venerated actor is back on screen in new film St Vincent. Meanwhile, an audience with the man brings with it the offer of a bath and a lesson about the greatest living American

Catherine Shoard

20, Nov, 2014 @7:00 PM

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James Rolleston: New Zealand's teen star on why he's 'nothing flash-as'
The Kiwi actor who impressed in Boy is back with two new homegrown films. But will the building trade claim him before Hollywood does? Alexander Bisley meets him

Alexander Bisley

30, Oct, 2014 @3:22 AM

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Margarita, with a Straw: ‘The sexuality of the disabled excited me as a film-maker’
Leslie Felperin: In London years ago, Shonali Bose was inspired to make a movie when her cousin, who has cerebral palsy, told her she wanted sex for her birthday. Now both women are back in town – at the film festival with the finished work

Leslie Felperin

23, Oct, 2014 @4:25 PM

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Ivan Reitman: ‘Sigourney Weaver got on all fours and started howling like a dog on my coffee table’
The director talks to Hadley Freeman about new movie Draft Day, a possible Twins sequel and looking back at Ghostbusters last month with Bill Murray

Hadley Freeman

06, Oct, 2014 @3:59 PM

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Michael Douglas: ‘It’s more fun to be bad!’
There’s nowhere to hide in the desert – even for the west coast Gordon Gekko, says the veteran actor

Henry Barnes

18, Sep, 2014 @2:20 PM

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Guardians of the Galaxy hits $300m but won't save 2014's limping US box office
Smash-hit Marvel movie finally dethroned by Idris Elba’s No Good Deed, while it was a less-than-vintage Toronto film festival

Jeremy Kay

15, Sep, 2014 @11:49 AM

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Toronto film festival report – afflictions, addictions and angst
Toronto grappled with troubled geniuses, suffering women, homelessness and the perils and triumphs of technology, writes Catherine Shoard

Catherine Shoard

13, Sep, 2014 @11:01 PM

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Big Game review: a sparky Samuel L Jackson romp for dads and lads
Paul MacInnes: With its breathtaking vistas and sharp action, this Finnish-set woodland adventure is as spectacular as it is funny

Paul MacInnes

12, Sep, 2014 @12:35 PM

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Good Kill: righteous take on US drone warfare – Toronto film festival review
The disconnect of American drone ops is perfectly captured, but the supporting cast’s characterisations are one-dimensional, writes Henry Barnes

Henry Barnes

12, Sep, 2014 @12:26 PM

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Six things we learned from Toronto 2014
From running with the Oxbridge set to running with beasts, we identify some curious themes to emerge from the 39th Toronto international film festival, writes Henry Barnes

Henry Barnes

11, Sep, 2014 @5:56 PM

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Tusk review: Kevin Smith seals his comeback with walrus horror show
Henry Barnes: Inspired by a hoax Gumtree ad, Kevin Smith’s bizarre imprisonment horror movie sees the director back to his snarky best

Henry Barnes

11, Sep, 2014 @5:11 PM

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