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2006-03-14 15:26:00

By Etan Vlessing TORONTO (Hollywood Reporter) - A French-language, gay-themed coming-of-age drama about a large Catholic family dominated Canada's Genie film awards Monday, taking home 10 prizes, including best film and director. Jean-Marc Vallee's Quebec-made "C.R.A.Z.Y." also won honors for original screenplay, actor (Michel Cote), supporting actress (Danielle Proulx) and a host of craft awards. It went into the event with 12 nominations. The impressive showing for "C.R.A.Z.Y."...

2006-03-14 03:08:11

By Etan Vlessing TORONTO (Hollywood Reporter) - A French-language, gay-themed coming-of-age drama about a large Catholic family dominated Canada's Genie film awards Monday, taking home 10 prizes, including best film and director. Jean-Marc Vallee's Quebec-made "C.R.A.Z.Y." also won honors for original screenplay, actor (Michel Cote), supporting actress (Danielle Proulx) and a host of craft awards. It went into the event with 12 nominations. The impressive showing for "C.R.A.Z.Y."...

2005-09-13 14:52:41

By Cameron French TORONTO (Reuters) - A murder mystery surrounding a 1950s lounge act took center stage at the Toronto Film Festival on Tuesday, with attention focused not on the film's noirish style, but on a controversial NC-17 rating because of a torrid sex scene, which could cramp its U.S. distribution. Atom Egoyan's "Where the Truth Lies" focuses on a Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis-type comedy duo that falls apart when a dead woman is found in their hotel suite after a night of...

2005-09-07 23:43:23

By Nicole Sperling LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Canadian director Atom Egoyan on Wednesday lost his appeal against the commercially damaging NC-17 tag given to his upcoming mystery film "Where the Truth Lies," which boasts a menage a trois. The Appeals Board of the Motion Picture Assn. of America's Classification and Rating Board upheld the NC-17 rating after hearing statements from both Egoyan and actress Rachel Blanchard. The rating was given to the film, which will be...

2005-06-28 22:36:55

By Jeffrey Hodgson TORONTO (Reuters) - Deepa Mehta's "Water," which triggeredviolent protests and death threats when it began filming inIndia five years ago, will open the Toronto International FilmFestival, organizers said on Tuesday. The film, which is set in the 1930s and deals with Hinduchild widows, beat out movies by better known Canadianfilmmakers Atom Egoyan and David Cronenberg for the prestigiousopening slot. "Water" gained notoriety in 2000 after hard-line Hinduprotesters...