Red Carpet Diary: Elizabeth Olsen talks about disturbing cult life at premiere of Martha Marcy Marlene Mary

We’ve been FASCINATED with cult life ever since we took Cults 101 at Concordia University. In Martha Marcy Marlene Mary (Try saying that 6x), Elizabeth Olsen plays a young woman who escapes an abusive cult and tries to return to normal life whilst dealing with painful memories and increasing paranoia. Written and directed by Sean… Read More »

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SDTC’s essentials to fashionably surviving TIFF!

From photogs and stalkers to eager journalists and aggressive publicists, Yorkville is buzzing with the most electric energy. Ryan Gosling could be sipping on a latte in your neighbourhood Starbucks RIGHT NOW! George Clooney and Brad Pitt could be knocking back a few at your favourite pub. And, Madonna, the fiercest bitch on any block, could be walking out of her… Read More »

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Jon Hamm hits an Annex backyard where Eddie Vedder rocks out and helps raise $600,000 for Artists for Peace and Justice

While you were having a late brunch at Future Bakery, Jon Hamm and Gerard Butler gathered in an Annex backyard for an intimate concert with Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder and Arcade Fire’s Regine Chassagne. It was the second Artists for Peace and Justice event this weekend, the first being held the night prior at Toro… Read More »

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The Ladies who do TIFF: Globe and Mail's Laura Serra goes to amFAR at The Carlu and everyone tweets during John Legend's performance

Hosted by comedian Kathy Griffin, the amFAR Cinema Against Aids Gala is TIFF’s most chi-chi event. Tickets start at $1000 and tables go for $25,000. All funds raised go towards Aids research. Laura Serra gives us a peek into this exclusive event at The Carlu including the best conversation recap we’ve heard thus far.

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TIFF Red Carpet Day 4: Rachel Weisz goes glam while Juliette Lewis looks like she's Britney Spears circa 2002

Worst: Juliette Lewis, “Martha Marcy May Marlene” premiere at Ryerson Theatre It’s like looking back on all of the worst trends of the naughties at once. Where is her stylist?  Best: Rachel Weisz, “The Deep Blue Sea” premiere at TIFF Bell Lightbox  Rachel Weisz looking stunning is nothing new. In this floor-length floral from Jason… Read More »

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