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Toronto International Film Festival

Netflix Acquires Young Barack Obama Movie ‘Barry’

Netflix has acquired worldwide rights to Barry, a movie about a formative year in the life of a young Barack Obama, following its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival this month.


Transgender Hitman Film Stirs Controversy in Toronto

Actress Michelle Rodriguez is defending her role as a hitman who undergoes a forcible gender reassignment surgery, saying she took the role “to express frustration” over Hollywood’s lack of diversity.


Pressure Mounts on DiCaprio to Return ‘Ill-Gotten’ Foundation Donations

As Hollywood A-lister Leonardo DiCaprio unveiled his climate change documentary at the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday, the actor faced increased calls from activists to return donations given to his environmental-focused Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation that have been linked in news reports to funds allegedly misappropriated in the world’s largest embezzlement scheme.


Harvey Weinstein’s Mom Hearts Trump

The Weinstein Co. has scuttled plans to use its usual suite at the Trump International Hotel & Tower in Toronto for press junkets and events at the Toronto International Film Festival this year – but the studio says politics has nothing to do with the decision.