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Diane Flacks stars as a 40-year-old TV producer looking for a break from a string of relationships in Portrait of a Serial Monogamist.

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Portrait of a Serial Monogamist

After playing last year's Inside Out film festival, Christina Zeidler's debut feature aims to put a same-sex spin on the tried and true romcom. Diane Flacks stars as a 40-year-old TV producer looking for a break from a string of relationships in this Toronto-set lesbian romantic comedy. (Carlton, PG)

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David Bowie, for all his Ziggy Stardust persona and Ground Control to Major Tom singing, never formally studied the cosmos. Others did, including the four British astronomers who are the subject of this warm documentary. (Feb. 12-18, Bloor Hot Docs, 14A)

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In David Bruckner's tempting suspense-genre anthology, a handful of horror tales intersect on a desolate highway where things just keep going south. (Carlton)

The Russian Woodpecker

Well-received at Sundance last year, this curious and intricate documentary about Chernobyl goes nuclear when it comes to conspiracy theories. (Bloor Hot Docs, Feb. 15-17)

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