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By Steve Pond, provided by
- Saturday Sep 9, 2017
Big things happen in Lynn Shelton’s films, but they happen in the quietest of ways — and “Outside In,” which premiered on Friday at the Toronto International Film Festival, is no exception. While it’s more dramatic and less comic than most of Shelton’s previous work, it’s another fine example of the writer-director cloaking moments of import in understatement and naturalism.The film stars Jay Duplass, who co-wrote the screenplay with Shelton, as Chris, a convicted murderer who’s released from prison after 20 years, largely with the help of his former high school teacher, Carol, played by Edie Falco. Their twice-weekly phone conversations have created a deep bond that turns romantic in Chris despite the age difference.
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Ron Shelton was waiting to hear something stunning. Following the arrests of multiple college basketball coaches, and the FBI’s revelation of its two-year investigation into bribery and fraud involving top-rated recruits, the acclaimed screenwriter and director assumed an unimaginable bombshell would define one of the biggest scandals in sports history. When Shelton heard that agents...
- Toronto Festival Report: So Far, the Women Rule
By Steve Pond, provided by
- Monday Sep 11, 2017
If after its first weekend the Toronto International Film Festival is so far inconclusive, one thing is truly clear: This year’s TIFF belongs to the women.One-third of the films in the official selection were directed by women, a new high, including such notable works as Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird,” Lynn Shelton’s “Outside In,” Valerie Faris (with Jonathan Dayton)’s “Battle of the Sexes,” Susanna White’s “Woman Walks Ahead,” Haifaa al-Mansour’s “Mary Shelley,” Chloe Zhao’s “The Rider,” Clio Barnard’s “Dark River” and Nora Twomey’s “The Breadwinner.