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57th Chicago International Film Festival Announces Full Schedule; Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch to Open | Festivals & Awards

Below is the festival’s press release in full. For more information about the festival, click here. “Mayor Pete” CHICAGO, Illinois — The Chicago…

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Everybody’s Talking About Jamie movie review (2021)

As far as coming-of-age musicals go, “Everybody’s Talking About Jamie” sends a charming, feel-good message of self-acceptance. True to his…

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The Girl Next Door: Jane Powell (1929-2021) | Tributes

She said she played the same character in all her movies “just different clothes and hair,” and was a bit…

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TIFF 2021: Table of Contents | Festivals & Awards

The following table of contents includes our complete coverage of the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival, as written by Brian…

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TIFF 2021: You Are Not My Mother, Zalava, DASHCAM

The Midnight Madness program at the Toronto International Film Festival is always one of the most popular, premiering major films…

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TIFF 2021: Listening to Kenny G, Becoming Cousteau, Jagged | Festivals & Awards

As Kenny G gets deeper into the kind of mash-ups that created his controversial collaboration with Louis Armstrong, and allows…

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Prisoners of the Ghostland movie review (2021)

Cage is the type of actor whose galactic performances directly feed from the stakes of the stories he’s in—think about…

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FACETS Reopening on September 17th with Anne at 13,000 Ft. | Chaz’s Journal

Having had its world premiere at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival, “Anne at 13,000 Ft.” went on to win such…

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Bergman Island movie review & film summary (2021)

“Bergman Island” is the writer/director’s latest excursion full of surprising rewards. It finds Hansen-Løve in a characteristically reflective place, through…

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TIFF 2021: The Survivor, Montana Story, Lakewood | Festivals & Awards

The shame is that such dedicated work is in a film that almost defiantly refuses any sort of nuance. It’s…

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