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Toronto Deals: A Roundup

“Rabbit Hole,” “The Conspirator,” “Everything Must Go” … a list of TIFF sales

The Weinstein Company reinforced that it's in business, Sony Classics made its usual couple of buys, and Lionsgate made a deal that should put it squarely in the Oscar-campaign trail on behalf of Nicole Kidman.

A list of Toronto films that made deals for North American distribution:

Anchor Bay: “Beautiful Boy”
ATO Pictures: “Casino Jack”
Focus Features: "Beginners"
IFC: “Cave of Forgotten Dreams,” “Peep World,” “SUPER”
Image Entertainment: "Passion Play"
Lionsgate: “Rabbit Hole”
Lionsgate/Roadside Attractions: “The Conspirator,” “Everything Must Go”
Magnet Releasing (Magnolia): “I Saw the Devil”
Music Box Films: “Potiche”
National Geographic Films: "The First Grader"
Oscilloscope: “Meek’s Cutoff,” “Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale
Roadside Attractions: “Cool It” (pre-festival)
Sony Pictures Classics: “Barney’s Version,” “Incendies”
The Weinstein Company: “Dirty Girl,” “Sarah’s Key,” “Submarine”
Women Make Movies: “Pink Saris”

Television deal:

HBO: “Precious Life”

Deals made in Toronto for movies that were not official TIFF selections:

Anchor Bay: “Megan Is Missing,” “A Horrible Way to Die,“ "Carjacked
IFC: “Unauthorized: The Harvey Weinstein Project"