Damien Chazelle’s new film is, unabashedly, a dream come to life.
Leaning into her microphone at the post-premiere press conference of Lion, the first feature film by Australian director Garth Davis, actor Nicole Kidman admitted, “I don’t think there is a Hollywood anymore.”
A new collection of eight champagne-flavoured, gold leaf-frosted macarons, filled with a still-alcoholic Moët jelly and buttercream in flavours like Earl Grey-blueberry, gin mojito, and wild berry, has arrived.
Visiting Toronto for its annual International Film Festival makes for an excellent opportunity to try out some of the city’s most noteworthy new restaurants—after all, what pairs better with a movie than dinner?
During TIFF, every outing is a chance to rub shoulders with the most exciting actors and film industry professionals of the moment.
Barry Avrich starts each day like famed choreographer Bob Fosse. He looks into the bathroom mirror and says, “It’s showtime!”
From Tribeca to Telluride, Cannes to Canberra, the international film festival circuit is always an adrenalin rush.
The pre-screening cocktail party for Freeheld at Toronto’s Montecito restaurant served as a prelude to its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
In true TIFF style, the red carpet is always on fire. Although festival galas may be the epitome of glamour, the smaller TIFF Bell Lightbox photo calls that precede press conferences—though slightly more corral-like—are equally hot.