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Exclusive footage from Venice, Toronto & Deauville Film Festivals


At the Venice Film Festival this weekend, James Franco rolled into town to premiere his newest William Faulkner adaptation, The Sound and the Fury, and to accept the festival's Glory to the Filmmaker award. Meanwhile, Jessica Chastain kicked off the Deauville Film Festival in France on Friday, accepting a career achievement award, just three years after she won the festival's Most Promising Newcomer honor. And finally, at the Toronto Film Festival, the stars were out in droves.

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