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Gus Van Sant Joins ‘Laurence Anyways’ As Exec Producer

By | Saturday December 8, 2012 @ 3:22pm PST

Director Gus Van Sant has lent his support as executive producer to Xavier Dolan’s third movie Laurence Anyways. The film debuted in the Un Certain Regard sidebar at the Cannes Film Festival where Suzanne Clement garnered a best actress nod for for her role as a woman coming to terms with the admission of her fiance (Melvil Poupaud) that he wants to become a woman. Breaking Glass Pictures plans a U.S. release next year. The distrib acquired Laurence Anyways at the Toronto International Film Festival where it was named best Canadian feature.

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Hot Clip: ‘Laurence Anyways’

By | Wednesday November 28, 2012 @ 10:55am PST

Xavier Dolan’s Laurence Anyways won the best Canadian feature film award at Toronto as part of a festival run that included a U.S. premiere at AFI Fest and a world premiere in the Un Certain Regard sidebar at Cannes. That’s where lead actress Suzanne Clement took a best actress nod for her role as a woman coming to terms with her fiance’s admission that he wants to become a woman. The 1990s-set drama has a spot in the upcoming Palm Springs festival and will be released here by Breaking Glass Pictures in the spring. Here’s an exclusive clip that shows why the Cannes jury fell for Clement:

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Toronto: Francois Ozon’s ‘In The House’ Takes Critics Prize

By | Sunday September 16, 2012 @ 12:01pm PDT

TORONTO – The 37th Toronto International Film Festival announced its award recipients today at a reception at the Intercontinental Hotel Toronto.

The Festival welcomed an international FIPRESCI jury for the 21st consecutive year . The jury members consist of jury president Peter Keough (United States), Jon Asp (Sweden), Ashok Rane (India), Louis-Paul Rioux (Canada), Juan Manuel Dominguez (Argentina) and Brian McKechnie (Canada). The Prize of the International Critics (FIPRESCI Prize) for Special Presentations is awarded to Francois Ozon’s Dans la maison
(In the House). The jury remarked: “For achieving an exquisitely crafted entertainment that blurs the distinction between the storyteller and the story told, and that assuages with playful complexity the tragedies of life with the consolations of art, the FIPRESCI award for Special Presentations goes to Francois Ozon’s In the House.”

Prize of the International Critics (FIPRESCI) for the Discovery programme is awarded to Mikael Marcimain’s Call Girl. The jury remarked: “With an intense sense of cinema reminiscent of the American thrillers of the 1970s, Mikael Marcimain’s debut feature achieves a portrait of an obscure world involving women’s rights and political corruption. Marcimain deals with his sensitive subject with immense ease and cr aftsmanship. Because of these accomplishments the FIPRESCI Award for Best Film in the Discovery programme goes to Mikael Marcimain’s Call Girl.”

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