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Toronto International Film Festival is a behemoth of the festival circuit. The choice on offer can be bewildering but richly rewarding too.
Simon kicks of this year's reports on Cannes for us by delving in to some of the most intriguing titles from this years iteration.
So, 31 films in and the latter half of the Venice Film Festival is proving more meaty with some very interesting titles from around the planet. Here are a few of Simon's highlights.
It's just closing in on the half-way point here at the Venice Film Festival and the sunshine has been replaced by torrential rain, thunder and lightening.
A further update on Simon's expedition through Cannes 2014
With so many films from around the planet playing in the festival and accompanying market, it's a bewildering smorgasbord of upcoming titles for the year ahead.
Heading into the final stretch of the festival, one of the films that sticks out for me is.....
An inauspicious start for me to Cannes this year. My flight is delayed for two hours meaning I am too late for any films on Thursday evening... Even worse BA have lost my luggage... Yikes!
A final selection of films from Toronto, including The Land of Hope, and What Richard Did
A slightly smaller selection of films today from Toronto, including Byzantium and Argo.
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