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‘Three Peaks’ Clip: Intense Family Drama Is No Match for the Terrors of Mountain Climbing in Tiff Thriller — Watch

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Family bonding is always a tough sell, even worse when you’re trying to blend a family, and filmmaker Jan Zabeil takes that highly relatable conceit and blows it out into a wild feature. One thing is for sure: you won’t look at your innocent family vacation the same way after watching this film.

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In “Three Peaks,” Aaron (Alexander Fehling, who is part of the Face to Face campaign that showcases German talent worldwide, a year-long campaign started in Cannes) invites his girlfriend Lea (Berenice Bejo) and her 8-year-old son Tristan (Arian Montgomery) on what should be an idyllic trip to the Italian Dolomites. But there’s already a mighty power dynamic brewing, as Aaron and Tristan are fighting to be Lea’s main man, and even a generally affable feeling between the two doesn’t help matters. »

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‘Icarus’ Trailer: How One Man’s Quest for Knowledge Revealed the Biggest Sports Scandal of All-Time

17 August 2017 9:01 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

When Bryan Fogel set out to make his documentary “Icarus,” he already had a ready-made gimmick that sounded like the next great step in “Super Size Me”-style filmmaking: in order to understand how professional athletes dope and still avoid detection, he’d try it out for himself. Fogel, a comedian and amateur bike racer, cooked up a plan to dope himself, see how it altered his athletic performance, and then see if he could avoid detection when it came to drug testing.

It was a buzzy, compelling idea. And then it got even crazier.

Read More:How ‘Icarus’ Turned a Standup Comic Into an Investigative Journalist With a Netflix Deal

Fogel soon hooked up with “renegade Russian scientist” Dr. Grigory Rodchenkov, who would guide him through the process of avoiding detection, and the pair bonded over hours and hours spent discussing and cracking Fogel’s crazy plan. Dr. Rodchenkov, it seemed, »

- Kate Erbland

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Fantastic Fest 2017 Announces Lineup, Including ‘Gerald’s Game’ and Plans for Nationwide Programming

8 August 2017 9:02 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Few film festivals happily brand themselves as the nexus of chaos and carnage, but Austin’s genre-driven Fantastic Fest proved itself as a very different kind of festival long ago. This year’s lineup speaks to that same impulse, as its 13th edition features a range of provocative films and a timely theme that aims to bring truly diverse cinema to genre fans nationwide.

This year, that audience will be larger than ever. For fans of Fantastic Fest’s sensibilities who can’t make it to the annual festival, the festival has a few new options: Alamo Drafthouse locations in San Francisco, Brooklyn, and Denver will feature an exclusive slate of 2017 Fantastic Fest titles over the weekend of September 29.

Read More‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’: Martin McDonagh’s Latest Lands Awards-Friendly Release Date

This year’s Fantastic Fest will open with the U.S. premiere of Martin McDonagh’s “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, »

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How ‘Icarus’ Turned a Standup Comic Into an Investigative Journalist With a Netflix Deal

4 August 2017 4:17 PM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Actor-turned-documentarian Bryan Fogel literally delivered the print of “Icarus” to Sundance 2017 at 8:00Am; the film premiered at 10:00Am. By the end of the screening, “Icarus” was in the midst of a bidding war that was eventually won by Netflix for $5 million.

Fogel is an unexpected documentarian, to say nothing of an investigative journalist. He started out in Hollywood as a standup comic and actor, but found early success as the creator of a hit Coast Playhouse and Broadway play, “Jewtopia,” which he grew into a touring company, a book, and a movie. He eventually came up with the “Icarus” documentary as his next career move.

As a racing cyclist, Fogel thought he could create a “Super Size Me” movie about doping in sports — injecting himself in the butt with steroids to prove how easy it is to evade detection, as Lance Armstrong did for years. Instead, he stumbled »

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How ‘Icarus’ Turned a Standup Comic Into an Investigative Journalist With a Netflix Deal

4 August 2017 4:17 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Actor-turned-documentarian Bryan Fogel literally delivered the print of “Icarus” to Sundance 2017 at 8:00 am; the film premiered at 10 am. By the end of the screening, “Icarus” was in the midst of a bidding war that was eventually won by Netflix for $5 million.

Fogel is an unexpected documentarian, to say nothing of an investigative journalist. He started out in Hollywood as a standup comic and actor, but found early success as the creator of a hit Coast Playhouse and Broadway play, “Jewtopia,” which he grew into a touring company, a book, and a movie. He eventually came up with the “Icarus” documentary as his next career move.

As a racing cyclist, Fogel thought he could create a “Super Size Me” movie about doping in sports — injecting himself in the butt with steroids to prove how easy it is to evade detection, as Lance Armstrong did for years. Instead, he stumbled onto »

- Anne Thompson

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Morgan Spurlock’s “Super Size Me 2” – What We Know So Far

3 August 2017 2:30 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

In 2004, Morgan Spurlock made a groundbreaking documentary called ‘Super Size Me’. His documentary looked at the effects of the fast-food industry on society. He even looked at the health consequences of eating a diet that predominantly consists of junk food by eating a diet of nothing but McDonald’s food for a whole month. His work was considered innovative and informative leading to great critical acclaim from the media industry, health experts, and the public. The documentary won seven awards and was nominated for a further 12. Following the success of this documentary, Spurlock has now made a new documentary

Morgan Spurlock’s “Super Size Me 2” – What We Know So Far »

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Toronto ‘17: Docs Feature Stories of Boundary Breakers

3 August 2017 1:49 PM, PDT | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

By Thom Powers

“Resistance is a key theme in this year’s documentaries,” said Tiff Docs Programmer Thom Powers. “We pay witness to rebels challenging the status quo in art, politics, sexuality, religion, fashion, sports and entertainment. They speak powerfully to our times as audiences seek inspirations for battling powerful and corrupt systems.”

Tiff’s 2017 documentary lineup goes deep into the lives of boundary-pushing characters — Grace Jones, Jim Carrey, Jane Goodall, and Eric Clapton, to name only a few of the most famous. But the celebrity factor isn’t enough to make a great film. What sets these docs apart is their directors’ ability to a bring fresh perspective.

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Then there are figures whose names you may not recognize, but they become unforgettable after you see them on screen. They include Scotty Bowers, who was »

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Tiff 2017. Lineup

3 August 2017 8:26 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

ThelmaA selection of films from the 2017 edition of the Toronto International Film Festival has been unveiled, with new films by Sebastián Lelio, Deniz Gamze Ergüven, Darren Aronofsky, Greta Gerwig, Guillermo Del Toro, Joachim Trier, Wim Wenders, and many more.Special PRESENTATIONSOpening Night: Ladybird (Greta Gerwig)Closing Night: Sheikh Jackson (Amr Salama)Battle of the Sexes (Valerie Faris & Jonathan Dayton)Bpm (Beats Per Minute) (Robin Campillo)The Brawler (Anurag Kashyap)The Breadwinner (Nora Twomey)Call Me By Your Name (Luca Guadagnino)Catch the Wind (Gaël Morel)The Children Act (Richard Eyre)The Current War (Alfonso Gomez-Rejon)Disobedience (Sebastián Lelio)Downsizing (Alexander Payne)A Fantastic Woman (Sebastián Lelio)First They Killed My Father (Angelina Jolie)The Guardians (Xavier Beauvois)Hostiles (Scott Cooper)The Hungry (Bornila Chatterjee)I, Tonya (Craig Gillespie)Mother! (Darren Aronofsky)Novitiate (Maggie Betts)Omerta (Hansal Mehta)Plonger (Mélanie Laurent)The Price of Success (Teddy Lussi-Modeste)Professor Marston & the Wonder Women »

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Tiff’s Platform Selection: How the Festival’s Buzziest Slate is Pivoting After Launching ‘Moonlight’

3 August 2017 7:49 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The Toronto International Film Festival is often seen as a launchpad for major Oscar contenders, but when “Moonlight” premiered there in the fall of 2016, few deemed it a frontrunner for best picture. That was partly because the movie premiered in Tiff’s Platform section. The two-year-old, tightly-curated selection of a dozen auteur-driven works was designed to highlight a range of international filmmakers, which strikes a sharp contrast to the flashy gala premieres; it’s also the festival’s sole juried competition section.

But those prestige factors ultimately helped “Moonlight” stand out in the crowded fall season, and as Platform enters its third year, the movie’s track record has inevitably raised expectations for its potential.

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However, even as the section’s third edition features a range of promising films, artistic director Cameron Bailey emphasized that »

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Armando Iannucci’s ‘The Death of Stalin,’ Mike White’s ‘Brad’s Status’ Among Films Added to Tiff Lineup

3 August 2017 7:34 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The Toronto International Film Festival announced on Thursday the dozen films that will compete as part of the Platform slate.

The world premiere of historical epic “The Death of Stalin,” from Armando Iannucci, will open the section, and “Sweet Country,” a period western from Australian filmmaker Warwick Thornton will serve as the closing film.

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“The twelve titles exemplify bravery, dynamism and a unique voice in storytelling that we look for when curating the Platform programme,” said Piers Handling, the festival’s director and CEO.

Tiff’s artistic director Cameron Bailey added, “Platform is the place to look for the distinct stamp of today’s most interesting directors as they establish their reputations. It’s important that the Platform jury also reflects original thinking in cinema.”

Chen Kaige, Malgorzata Szumowska, and Wim Wenders make up the jury for the category.

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Tiff Announces Platform Lineup, Including ‘The Death of Stalin,’ ‘Euphoria,’ and ‘Brad’s Status’

3 August 2017 7:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

No pressure or anything, but last year’s Toronto International Film Festival Platform section turned out a Best Picture winner.

Now in only its third year, the festival’s director-driven program aims to showcase original names in international cinema, and has steadily become one of the most exciting sections of the annual festival. Last year, it played home to such gems as “Moonlight,” “Jackie,” and “Lady MacBeth,” following its inaugural year, where it bowed titles like “High-Rise,” “Bang Gang,” and “Land of Mine.”

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This year promises to only further the mission of the section, thanks to 12 titles that speak to the breadth of modern cinema, and some of the rising stars it’s currently fostering. “Platform is the place to look for the distinct stamp of today’s most interesting directors as they establish their reputations,” said Cameron Bailey, Tiff’s Artistic Director, in a statement.

This year’s lineup hails from eight countries on five continents. The films will compete for the Platform Prize, to be awarded by a jury that includes award-winning filmmakers Chen Kaige, Malgorzata Szumowska, and Wim Wenders.

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The section will open with the world premiere of “The Death of Stalin,” from award-winning director-writer Armando Iannucci, which “follows the final days leading up to the Soviet dictator’s death.” “Sweet Country,” a period Western from acclaimed Australian filmmaker Warwick Thornton, will close out the section.

Other highlights include Mike White’s Ben Stiller-starring “Brad’s Status” and Clio Barnard’s “Dark River,” along with Lisa Langseth’s “Euphoria,” starring Alicia Vikander and Eva Green as sisters on a mysterious trip.

“The films unveiled today embody our bold vision for the programme, and our ongoing commitment to showcase artistic and inventive directors that fearlessly push boundaries,” said Piers Handling, Director and CEO of Tiff. “The twelve titles exemplify bravery, dynamism and a unique voice in storytelling that we look for when curating the Platform programme.”

Below are the newest additions to the Tiff 2017 lineup, including the Platform program. Stay tuned for more programming announcements in the days to come.

The Toronto International Film Festival runs September 7 – 17 in Toronto, Canada.

Platform

Beast,” Michael Pearce, United Kingdom, World Premiere

“Brad’s Status,” Mike White, USA, World Premiere

“Custody,” Xavier Legrand, France, North American Premiere

Dark River,” Clio Barnard, United Kingdom, World Premiere

“The Death of Stalin,” Armando Iannucci, France/United Kingdom/Belgium, World Premiere, Platform Opening Film

Euphoria,” Lisa Langseth, Sweden/Germany, World Premiere

“If You Saw His Heart,” Joan Chemla, France, World Premiere

“Mademoiselle Paradis,” Barbara Albert, Austria/Germany, World Premiere

“Razzia,” Nabil Ayouch, France, World Premiere

“The Seen and Unseen,” Kamila Andini, Indonesia, World Premiere

Sweet Country,” Warwick Thornton, Australia, North American Premiere, Platform Closing Film

“What Will People Say: (Hva vil folk si), Iram Haq, Norway/Germany/Sweden, World Premiere

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Review: ‘Icarus’ is the Cinematic Equivalent of a Conspiracy Corkboard

3 August 2017 4:04 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

If you want two good indicators of how smart the documentary Icarus truly is, look at the poster. First, note the shadow of the hammer and sickle underneath the outline of the athlete. This movie is about Russia, which has not been communist for nearly 30 years. Secondly, there’s the title itself, whose vacuity becomes apparent once you’ve seen the film and realized that there’s no person or institution in it that could credibly be identified as an actual Icarus-like figure. Presumably it’s supposed to be main subject Grigory Rodchenkov, the Russian doping architect turned whistleblower. But he can’t really said to have been brought down by his own hubris or lack of caution so much as the routine shifting of fortunes in Russian politics. Icarus is injected full of portent that it does not do much to earn.

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Movie Review: In Icarus, a filmmaker injects himself into the shady world of sports doping

2 August 2017 10:00 PM, PDT | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

Bryan Fogel’s Netflix documentary Icarus tells such an eye-opening story that it almost doesn’t matter when the storytelling itself gets a little sloppy. An actor and playwright best known for the comedy Jewtopia, Fogel is trying his hand at feature-length non-fiction filmmaking for the first time with Icarus, and he just happened to stumble onto the kind of relevant, ripped-from-the-headlines scandal that investigative journalists spend years trying to dig up. What starts out as a Super Size Me-esque stunt—with Fogel injecting himself with performance-enhancing drugs to compete in an amateur cycling race—becomes a wider-ranging exposé of doping in organized sports. And then it takes a darker but in retrospect inevitable turn, as the filmmaker’s foray into the shady world of PEDs brings him into contact with a network of Russian scientists who’d rather not get caught on camera.

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Isabelle Huppert, Noomi Rapace, and Bodybuilders: 7 Must-See Summer Movies From the 2017 Locarno Film Festival

2 August 2017 10:43 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Early August is usually a transitional moment, when the summer movie season winds down to set the stage for the fall, and most moviegoers are catching up on highlights from the last few weeks. But for a few thousand people attending the Locarno Film Festival, a whole new set of discoveries await.

The Swiss festival is one of the major European film events of the summer, offering a range of new titles that encompass multiple genres and national cinemas, many of which will go on to play at other big festivals later this year. Here’s a look at some of the most promising films in this year’s lineup; expect to hear more about them in the near future. (Stay tuned for more essays on this year’s lineup from participants in the 2017 Locarno Critics Academy.)

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First Look at ‘Brawl in Cell Block 99’ and Tiff 2017’s Midnight Madness & Docs Lineup

2 August 2017 5:53 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Following an initial round of premieres and the announcement that Borg vs. McEnroe will open Toronto International Film Festival 2017, they’ve now announced their lineup for Midnight Madness and Documentaries. Leading the pack of our most-anticipated among midnight tiles is Brawl in Cell Block 99, which is S. Craig Zahler’s follow-up to Bone Tomahawk and will premiere at Venice beforehand. There’s also the latest film from Joseph Kahn, Bodied, which will open the sidebar, and the first trailer has landed.

On the documentary side, there is Frederick Wiseman’s Ex Libris – The New York Public Library, as well as new films from Morgan SpurlockHeidi Ewing (Jesus Camp), Brett Morgen (Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck), and more. Check out the new additions below, along with images and trailers where available.

Midnight Madness

Midnight Madness Opening Film

Bodied Joseph Kahn, USA

World Premiere

Our #TIFF17 Midnight Madness Opening Night Film is @JosephKahn’s Bodied, »

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10 Toronto Film Festival Documentaries That Could Shake Up the Oscars

1 August 2017 2:51 PM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

The race always begins at Sundance, but the Toronto International Film Festival documentary lineup will impact the list of Oscar contenders — and this year, without clear frontrunners, Tiff’s influence will be greater than ever.

Every year, Thom Powers leads the Tiff documentary programmers through an enormous number of submissions to cull 22 selections. “It never gets any easier to make those decisions,” said Powers, who also programs influential November festival Doc NYC. “This year we’re going to see a greater range of different documentaries spread across the fall festivals, instead of a cluster of films that moves from festival to festival. More films will get more opportunities at the festivals this fall.”

Here’s a list of 10 must-sees for Tiff 2017 with potential to shake up the awards race.

1. “Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken!”: Morgan Spurlock’s under-the-radar sequel to his 2005 Oscar nominee focuses on the new craze »

- Anne Thompson

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10 Toronto Film Festival Documentaries That Could Shake Up the Oscars

1 August 2017 2:51 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The race always begins at Sundance, but the Toronto International Film Festival documentary lineup will impact the list of Oscar contenders — and this year, without clear frontrunners, Tiff’s influence will be greater than ever.

Every year, Thom Powers leads the Tiff documentary programmers through an enormous number of submissions to cull 22 selections. “It never gets any easier to make those decisions,” said Powers, who also programs influential November festival Doc NYC. “This year we’re going to see a greater range of different documentaries spread across the fall festivals, instead of a cluster of films that moves from festival to festival. More films will get more opportunities at the festivals this fall.”

Here’s a list of 10 must-sees for Tiff 2017 with potential to shake up the awards race.

1. “Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken!”: Morgan Spurlock’s under-the-radar sequel to his 2005 Oscar nominee focuses on the new craze »

- Anne Thompson

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New #TIFF17 films and Ant-Man and the Wasp news tops our daily roundup!

1 August 2017 1:40 PM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

New #TIFF17 films and Ant-Man and the Wasp news tops our daily roundup!New #TIFF17 films and Ant-Man and the Wasp news tops our daily roundup!Amanda Wood8/1/2017 3:40:00 Pm

Another day, another Marvel announcement.

The long-awaited sequel to last year’s Ant-Man has officially started shooting, and the crew has commemorated the occasion by posting a short video to Marvel’s Twitter account. Ant-Man and the Wasp, as the film will be called, includes some tiny folding chairs for their insect-sized cast members on set apparently. Catch Ant-Man and the Wasp in Cineplex theatres July 6th, 2018.

Big News Alert! #AntManandtheWasp has begun production. In theatres July 6, 2018 pic.twitter.com/dDPhkcSBs3

— Marvel Canada (@MarvelEntCA) August 1, 2017

North of the border, where we call home, there was another exciting film announcement made: Tiff has released the list of films playing in the Midnight Madness and Documentary categories. These are two of our favourite Tiff sidebars, »

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James Franco’s ‘Disaster Artist,’ ‘Super Size Me 2’ Among Films Added to TIFF Lineup

1 August 2017 9:20 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The Toronto International Film Festival will premiere James Franco’s comedy-drama “The Disaster Artist” as part of its Midnight Madness section of genre titles.

The Disaster Artist” screened in March as a work in progress at South by Southwest, where it received a standing ovation. Critics were impressed with Franco’s performance as Tommy Wiseau in the film about the making of Wiseau’s 2003 so-bad-that-it’s-good film “The Room.” A24 and New Line have given the film an awards-season Dec. 1 release.

The 10-film Midnight Madness section also includes “Brawl in Cell Block 99,” starring Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Carpenter; the world premiere of Brian Taylor’s “Mom and Dad,” starring Nicolas Cage and Selma Blair; Seth Smith’s “The Crescent”; Ryuhei Kitamura’s action thriller “Downrange”; and U.K. director David Bruckner’s “The Ritual,” with Rafe Spall and Robert James-Collier.

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Toronto second wave includes 'Super Size Me 2', 'Disaster Artist'

1 August 2017 8:00 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Morgan Spurlock re-engages with the food industry, James Franco digs into the ‘worst film ever made’.

Top brass at the Toronto International Film Festival (Tiff) unveiled on Tuesday selections in the Tiff Docs, Midnight Madness, and Short Cuts programmes.

The Canadian titles that are part of this year’s programme will be announced on August 9. The 42nd Toronto International Film Festival is scheduled to run from September 7-17 and will open with Borg/McEnroe.

Tiff Docs

The world premiere of Morgan Spurlock’s Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken! joins a marquee Tiff Docs roster from renowned filmmakers that opens with Sophie FiennesGrace Jones: Bloodlight And Bami.

Selections include Brett Morgen’s profile of primatologist Jane Goodall in Jane; the story of three Hasidic Jews who attempt to join the secular world in One Of Us by Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady; Violeta Ayala’s Bolivian drug trade film Cocaine Prison; and Emmanuel Gras’ closing film Makala »

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