Toronto International Film Festival
Host Bob Edwards talks to Kenneth Turan, film critic for the Los Angeles Times about the Toronto International Film Festival. Turan says the festival is timed just right as a preview for the fall movie season. Turan says movies like Pollock, about the abstract painter Jackson Pollock...and State of Maine, a satire about Hollywood coming to a small New England town, are something for movie-goers to look forward to.
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