TIFF 2010 Coverage Articles
TIFF 2010 hilights, news, gossip, photos, and video.
Throughout the festival there may be times when Lainey is tied up and cannot write about a cool set of photos or won’t get to them until later in the week. We’re going to start posting a series of ‘Festival Photo Set’ articles featuring nothing more than photos and maybe a short description. They’ll be pretty fresh sets of premieres and pressers happening the same day. Here’s the first. - Jacek
Written by Sasha For the last 5 years I’ve been working the Fashion beat at TIFF. And I’ll be honest: it’s sad seeing fashion that I can’t currently afford but it’s a cool way to get a few style cues from celebrities for the season ahead. It’s typically hotter than a mutha’ during the festival but the stars are definitely showing off fall! So once the fashion starts rolling in I’ll have more to say about what to look out for. Full Story
Written by Sarah You go to enough of these things and you start to recognize the people, even if the faces change. That Starlet has problems, everyone knows about it but so far the public hasn’t gotten wind. They will when she stumbles out of here at 3 AM, panties long gone and a suspicious powder all down her front. Full Story
Happy Birthday Colin Firth! He celebrated last night at an exclusive private party at Soho House, an intimate, elegant affair, and, as always, was beautiful and charming, as was his wife, and together, well, it’s too much beauty and charm, and then they brought him his birthday cake, adorned with 9 candles, and she beamed at him from across the table, and he beamed back, and they giggled over a portrait that was presented to him when he had really shaggy, long 70s hair, and he delivered an impromptu address, self deprecatingly of course, about how much he values his friends, and how he hopes to keep his hair, and not become increasingly jowly, and she threw her head back and laughed at everything he said, and afterwards they embraced and once in a while, not often, but once in a while, you get to see an actual movie star, a celebrity in every sense of the word, who is actually a human being too. Full Story
He was at TIFF last year, saw him when he hit up a few parties including Soho House/Grey Goose and InStyle, and has returned to Toronto this year with Trust, directed by David Schwimmer about a girl who is the victim of an online perv. Clive and Catherine Keener play the parents. Clive will f-ck that dude up. Full Story