Toronto 2014: Lone Scherfig film premieres Sept. 13
Toronto 2014: Adds director Jean-Marc Vallee: "Chick flick, my ass!"
The Fall's biggest festival will premiere new movies from Jason Reitman, Jon Stewart, Noah Baumbach, Barry Levinson and Antoine Fuqua
Films will be made in English with the goal of attracting international audiences
The Best Actress nominee talks about coming to terms with the scary side of the Oscar circus
The British novelist and Oscar nominee on the attraction of "funny, painful, awkward" material
"District 9," "Up in the Air" and "Inglourious Basterds" also score multiple nominations from BAFTA
The movies that earned theatrical releases at last year's festival
... this would be an Oscar ballot - but I don't, so it's a top 10 list
Screen Actors Guild gives "Up in the Air" three nominations, but not best ensemble cast
Can you spot the happy couple in recent movie ads?
Director Lone Scherfig on finding the right balance for a disturbing May-December romance at TheWrap Q&A
Lone Scherfig may oversee "When Harry Met Sally..." style comedy
British film awards also honor "Big Fish," "An Education"
Here's a good problem to have -- too many award-worthy titles to promote.
It ought to be a freewheeling, wide-open year - so why is it looking so predictable?
At their own theater, Academy members pass judgment on "An Education," "A Serious Man," "Inglourious Basterds" ...
"Couples Retreat" will be the only major studio release, thanks to a series of schedule changes.
A conversation with an awards-worthy director about innocent British schoolgirls and big American cars.
A roundup of awards contenders, from "An Education" to "Capitalism: A Love Story" to "A Serious Man."
Telluride, Venice and Toronto cleared up the awards picture in some ways – and muddied it in others.