Cleanflix -- Andrew James and Joshua Ligairi's documentary concerns itself with the band of Mormon video shop owners who made a killing with edited copies of R-rated films until Hollywood came a-knockin', and it offers a thorough look at the religious and artistic arguments made on either side of the fight before focusing on one specific owner's misdeeds that took place off-camera and prove all too ironic in context.
- Following my top ten Tiff list of titles available piece that I published a couples of hours back, Tiff released the lengthy list of titles that are looking for deals. Among those that I didn't mention in my top ten but could have easily have been there is the omission of Micmacs à tire-larigot (I wasn't sure if Warner Bros. only had domestic rights for France and not world rights), and titles such as Neil JordanNeil Jordan
The latest film from Mohsen Makhmalbaf's daughter portrays a young woman seeking psychological help amid Iran's political turmoil, and will be shopped in Toronto by Wild Bunch. The eagerly anticipated "Warrior and the Wolf" is produced by Bill Kong ("Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon"), and stars Maggie Q.
Fortissimo is shopping rights outside Asia and North America. The two films are among a slew of titles coming into Toronto with significant territories up for grabs, including U.S. indie titles like Barry Levinson's "The Band That Wouldn't Die," Bob Richman's "Ahead of Time," "How to Fold a Flag," from Michael Tucker and Petra Epperlein, and Derrick Borte's "The Joneses," the Demi Moore
- Count me in for about covering about half the doc offerings at Tiff this year. Kudos to Thom PowersThom Powers
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