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Fond memories of a dad who raised me on movies: http://bit.ly/2tQrgt4

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As a one-time resident of Scotland, I smiled at the highly dramatic scene in #AvengersInfinityWar that occurs in front of an Edinburgh kebab shop bearing the sign, "We Will Deep Fry Your Kebab." Ah, the culinary memories ...
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Cameron Bailey to become "co-head" of Toronto International Film Festival — and he's out to make TIFF Bell Lightbox "a place where you want to stay":
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BLADE RUNNER 2049 director Denis Villeneuve adds Canadian content to Palme d'Or jury led by Cate Blanchett at #Cannes2018. Other members are directors Ava DuVernay, Andrey Zvyagintsev & Robert Guédiguian plus actors Kristen Stewart, Léa Seydoux, Chang Chen & singer Khadja Nin.
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Barry Avrich's updated Harvey Weinstein exposé, THE RECKONING: HOLLYWOOD'S WORST KEPT SECRET, will world premiere at #HotDocs25, examining showbiz sex predator allegations in the #MeToo era.
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Colourful, classy & cinematic. Poster for #Cannes2018, by Flore Maquin, driven by moment in Jean-Luc Godard’s PIERROT LE FOU where Jean-Paul Belmondo and Anna Karina exchange mobile affection.
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A QUIET PLACE's John Krasinski on finding joy in horror — and a monster called Happy. https://bit.ly/2Ivq40x @quietplacemovie

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Oscar winner James Ivory had big plans for the notorious peach scene in CALL ME BY YOUR NAME: https://bit.ly/2Gv4ecT #Oscars

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Will the selfie ban on the Cannes Film Festival red carpet succeed? #Cannes2018
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Posing as Agnès Varda's accomplice JR, with her cardboard doppelgänger, inside TIFF Bell Lightbox. Our way of suggesting you check out the excellent retro series, "Radical Empathy: The Films of Agnès Varda," now at @TIFF_NET through April 17.
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"Too much of anything is too much" — Steven Spielberg worries online life is hurting real life, as he prepares to release @readyplayerone, his most wired movie ever: https://bit.ly/2IN3Xnc

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My review of Wes Anderson's ISLE OF DOGS, wherein I manage to sneak "dogforsaken" and "skulldoggery" past my cat-eyed editors: https://bit.ly/2GgJBEK

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Hollywood exhales at #Oscars – and change is in the air: http://bit.ly/2I18q5n

The tone was different at Sunday’s ceremony as Frances McDormand vowed to transform the industry and showbiz began looking not just to the honoured movies but to the future.
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Nine of the films on my Top 10 list for 2017 ended up getting at least one #Oscars nomination: http://bit.ly/2FgaN5L
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“Nine of the films on my Top 10 list for 2017 ended up getting at least one #Oscars nomination: https://t.co/1syBpWwfTA @TorontoStar”
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My annual take on who could, should and will win at the #Oscars http://bit.ly/2oGWop6 The Toronto Star

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Anonymous Canadian Oscar Voter loves @ShapeofWater, thinks @3Billboards "overrated," "nearly fell asleep" during @Phantom_Thread: http://bit.ly/2EYXuXb
#Oscars

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#BlackPanther opening weekend sets records with $218 million domestic and $387 million global ... and that sound you hear is the exploding fallacy about how films featuring people of colour and women can't do great box office: http://bit.ly/2nI14ez

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