George Clooney appears at the Academy Awards in 2008, left, and Angelina Jolie appears at the world premiere of "Kung Fu Panda 3" in Los Angeles on Jan. 16, 2016.
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Stories of survival in turbulent times, including David Gordon Green's world premiere of "Stronger" about a victim of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, are among the highlights in store at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.Audiences can also catch social satire "Downsizing," directed by Alexander Payne and starring Matt Damon, and George Clooney-directed crime-comedy "Suburbicon". The Toronto event, which gets going Sept. 7, has become one of the world's largest film festivals, known for debuting critically acclaimed films that have later won Academy Awards for best picture. Organizers did not announce the opening night film of the 10-day festival, but said the world premiere of "C'est La Vie!" by Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano, the duo behind "The Intouchables," will be the closer.
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