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The two deals are the largest yet of the Toronto Film International Film Festival. Earlier, Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios grabbed the Ted Kennedy drama “Chappaquiddick,” directed by John Curran and starring Jason Clarke. Though Netflix has frequently gobbled up films at festivals, it’s been a relatively quiet TIFF for the streaming giant thus far. But Netflix did announce one acquisition Monday, nabbing “Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond – Featuring a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton,” a documentary about Jim Carrey playing Andy Kaufman for the film “Man on the Moon.”.

Awesome women singers, Harry Potter jamming out with an orchestra and a bash devoted to koi (yes, the fish!) are among our writers’ picks for great events in the Bay Area March 30-April 2, Wild Women in Berkeley: Get ready for vintage leather ballet shoes, 1950's antique shoes, children clothing, size 13 1/2, great for display, leather bottom, black one wild night! San Francisco’s Pamela Rose and her Wild Women of Song — Tammy Hall, Ruth Davies, Pat Wilder, Daria Johnson and Kristen Strom — perform a CD-release concert for “Blues Is a Woman,” which celebrates such amazing blues artists as Ma Rainey and Bonnie Raitt, Details: 8 p.m, March 30; Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse, Berkeley; $24-$26; thefreight.org.— Jim Harrington, Staff..

By age three, Baratova knew she wanted to become a ballerina. Formal instruction began at seven. By age 12 she was completely focused on this goal. “I love ballet because with it you can immerse yourself completely in the music,” Baratova said. “It is the ultimate vehicle for self-expression, where you can live out all of your emotions and passions through movement. You can become someone else on stage, and in doing that, discover who you truly are.” The dancer — who began her training with the San Francisco Ballet School, and continued with Sacramento Ballet co-founder Barbara Crockett, followed by the Bolshoi Ballet Academy in Moscow — is a former principal with the Sacramento Ballet, dancing the lead in such classical ballets as Swan Lake, Romeo & Juliet, Coppelia, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty.

Among this year’s victims were 23-year-old Matthew Walker, of Santa Rosa, a healthy young man who enjoyed windsurfing and skateboarding, The experience of losing a son, his father, Cliff Walker, told NBC Bay Area, was “a ragged roller coaster ride, with a bad ending.”, All but one of this year’s vintage leather ballet shoes, 1950's antique shoes, children clothing, size 13 1/2, great for display, leather bottom, black deaths have been linked to the H1N1 virus, Most occurred in Californians who, unlike Walker, had a pre-existing medical condition, such as chronic heart disease, asthma or a suppressed immune system, or were pregnant, according to Chavez..

Rocket Story and Craft. Blast off at the Kensington Library with a rocket story and craft for kids ages 3 and up. 11:15 a.m. June 30. Kensington Library, Arlington Blvd. Free. 510-524-3043, www.ccclib.org. Sunset/Moonrise Walk. Friends of Five Creeks and El Cerrito Trail Trekkers lead a sunset/moonrise walk with great views — or maybe mysterious oak forests in fog. Bring flashlight and walking sticks, wear hiking shoes and long pants and sleeves. Be prepared for nighttime chill. Parking is limited — allow time to park and walk to the start. 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. July 2. El Cerrito Hillside Natural Area, meet at west end of King Court. 510-848-9358, www.fivecreeks.org. f5creeks@aol.com.