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Films Lined up for the 31st Toronto International Film Fest

June 29, 2006 (4:17 am) GMT
"Babel" and "The Caiman" are among the films slated to make their North American debut at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.

As the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival is getting closer to draw its curtain up, the event's programmers have officially announced on Tuesday, June 27 25 pictures which will encounter their North American premieres at the festival.

Nearly all of movies featured turned out to have seen their screenings at this year's Cannes Film Festival held last May , like "", "", "The Caiman", and "Lights in the Dusk."

Scheduled to run from September 7 to 16, the festival also aims to roll documentary from Cannes, "These Girls", for its Real to Reel section. A film made by Egyptian filmmaker Tahani Rached, the movie tells about the life of several young girls who defy social mores in Cairo.

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