In at least three major films at the Toronto festival, the life of the mind creates the context for the film's drama
Director also premiered his Oscar nominee "The Social Network" at NYFF in 2010
Jesse Zwick wrote and directed the film about a group of college friends who reunite after one of them (Ritter) attempts suicide
Aaron Coffman wrote the romantic sci-fi drama, which will be produced by BCDF Pictures and Karasick Pictures
Oscar-nominated star of indies "The Double" and "Night Moves" gets philosophical in a conversation with TheWrap
Festival director Stephanie Allain hailed "The Kids Are All Right" filmmaker for her unique point of view
Mike Judge attacks his old stomping grounds in new HBO sitcom
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Lack of subsidies for blockbusters like "The Hobbit," "Iron Man 3" costs state almost 50,000 jobs, study finds
Winners of Ron Howard and Canon's "Project Imaginat10n" announce next project.
Aaron Sorkin adapted Walter Isaacson's bestselling biography of the Apple co-founder for Sony Pictures and producer Scott Rudin
"The Social Network" producer has a new first-look deal with Sony Pictures; he had been at Disney for five years
Oscar-winning director releases an exhausting 12-month chronicle of what he read and saw -- and only 5 Best Pic nominees made the cut
Federal judge rules brothers can't back out of settlement with Zuckerberg
At the end of a long, grueling season, here's what stood out at the Odds
Director who assembled montage set to "The King's Speech" says he was rooting for "The Social Network"
Absolutely everything you need to know about the 83rd Annual Academy Awards
"The Social Network" screen scribe heaps praise on his muse after nabbing a trophy.
Some races may be decided, but Oscar night brings drama and questions
The Odds is sticking with Tom Hooper over David Fincher, but the Documentary and Live-Action Short categories have shifted
From the easy calls (Colin Firth) to the tough races (Foreign-Language Film), TheWrap's guide to all 24 Academy Award categories
Modest proposals about Oscar presenters, predictions that need updating, and more fuss over Banksy
Sure, it looks like a done deal in many categories, but just ask David Fincher, Annette Bening and "The King's Speech," there's still plenty of...
One last critics group goes for the Facebook movie, as BAFTA Awards approach; "King's Speech" also takes three awards
The Daily video highlights perpetually aggrieved brothers, all set to "Mission:Impossible" music
"Inside Job" wins for documentary at Writers Guild Awards; "Mad Men," "Modern Family," "Boardwalk Empire" win TV awards
Aaron Sorkin's script and Ben Mezrich's book honored by USC Libraries
The fact is this weekend's Writers Guild of America Awards and Annie Awards are very very limited in their predictive ability for the Academy Awards
Annette Bening's in, the Oscars aren't moving, and could a huge upset be brewing in a writing category?
If David Fincher's film is going to climb back into the race, it needs to start this weekend