One of the Toronto International Film Festival's most buzzed-about films will be hitting the internet next Wednesday, but only for those who are members of the MySpace community. As part of the site's brand new Black Carpet screening series, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (which has to be one of the longest, most absurd titles in the history of film) will be made available to folks in 20 U.S. cities, as well as Canada, Germany, Ireland, the U.K. and Australia.

The film, which follows Sacha Baron Cohen's fictional anti-semitic Borat character around the United States while he stumbles over his words and pisses everyone off, has come under fire as of late from the very real government of Kazakhstan who feel the pic and the character are, well, not a very fair representation of their country. While that may be true, audiences everywhere are eating up Cohen's shtick and by screening it on MySpace, the word of mouth could provide Borat with some decent box office numbers once it finally hits theaters on November 3.