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Today was announced the TIFF line-up of the movie releases and gala presentations. Snowden and The Journey is the Destination are on the list:

Oliver Stone
Germany / USA | 134 minutes | World Premiere
FRI SEP 9 – 9:30pm
SAT SEP 10 – 12pm
THU SEP 15 – 9:45am

Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars as NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden in this real-life political thriller from Oscar winner Oliver Stone, co-starring Shailene Woodley, Melissa Leo, Zachary Quinto, Timothy Olyphant and Nicolas Cage.

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The Journey is the Destination
Bronwen Hughes
United Kingdom / South Africa / Canada | 119 minutes | World Premiere
FRI SEP 9 – 1:pm
WED SEP 14 – 6:30pm
THU SEP 15 – 10:15pm
FRI SEP 16 – 3:30pm – 6:30pm

Director Bronwen Hughes (Stander) and screenwriter Jan Sardi (Shine) recreate the inspiring life story of the late photojournalist, artist and activist Dan Eldon, who abandoned a comfortable life in London to document the struggle, heartbreak and hope of a war-torn and famine-ridden region of Africa.

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TheWrap looks at 15 of Hollywood’s up and coming actors, from indie stars to Tupac’s doppelganger.


Ben Schnetzer, “Snowden” and “Goat”
Age: 26
Why He Looks Familiar: He played gay activist in the British indie “Pride.”
Why He’s About to Break Out: In addition to his role in Oliver Stone’s Edward Snowden biopic, Schnetzer has earned acclaim as a fraternity brother conflicted about the hazing of his real sibling (Nick Jonas) in “Goat.”


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“Goat,” September 23 – Ben Schnetzer, Actor
Playing Nick Jonas’s younger brother might not sound like a breakout film role, but Ben Schnetzer is sure to gain some serious street cred for his performance in the upcoming college psychodrama “Goat.” Schnetzer plays a freshman pledge at his brother Brett’s (Jonas) fraternity in the college psychodrama, which was directed by Andrew Neel (“King Kelly”) and co-written by David Gordon Green. Lured in by the hedonistic rituals of frat life, Brad soon discovers the shocking abuse that pledges have to endure in the name of brotherhood. The nightmarish experience pushes Brad to his wits end and tests his loyalty to his brother. The son of actors Stephen Schnetzer and Nancy Snyder, Schnetzer had just four feature acting credits prior to “Goat,” which was produced by Christine Vachon’s Killer Films. He’s since added two more movies to his resume, the adventure fantasy “Warcraft” and Oliver Stone’s biographical thriller “Snowden.” -GW



Hey everyone! So thanks to Paul I was able to replace some MQ pictures in our gallery now for HQ, I hope you enjoy (:


New posters of the film Goat made by has been released. Take a look at their incredible work!


The latest crop of up-and-comers talk about the works and moments that put the acting bug in their mind—from Harry Potter and Shakespeare to The Lion King and Gladiator.

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