Toronto enters 'Labyrinth'

Kelly, Brendan
July 2006
Daily Variety;7/12/2006, Vol. 292 Issue 6, p5
Trade Publication
The Cannes Film Festival competition entry of Guillermo del Toro, "Pan's Labyrinth," will have its North American premiere at the Toronro Film Festival. The Spanish-language film is about a child living in Spain in 1944 during the fascist regime. Other movies that will be premiered at the festival include "The Dog Pound," by Nicto Nas, "Darkbluealmostblack," by Daniel Sanchez and "Glue—A Teenage Story in the Middle of Nowhere.


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