I recently written a blog post on my disappointment with Diet Coke during the Toronto Film Festival. Well, they’ve righted their wrongs and they ROCK! Grant you that nothing will take away the disappointment of not attending the Gala Screening of the Descendants with George Clooney sitting in the room, however, Diet Coke just did the best that they could around my schedule. Well maybe a sing a long with Bono or Madonna would…but anyway. I’m very pleased with this peace offering. Since it was through the extreme disappointment of my daughter that I wrote the previous post, we were … Continue reading How Major TIFF 2011 Sponsors Diet Coke Made a Bad Situation, Great!
If the 2011 Toronto international Film Festival’s main goal was the thwart the crowds and confuse them to know end, well they accomplished this task. Celebrity stalkers from far and wide, were dazed and confused wondering where to find their … Continue reading TIFF 2011 From the Street – Great for Celebrities, A Dud for Celeb Stalkers
Gerard Butler is Hands Down The Sweetest Thing at TIFF 2011 My daughter and her friends caught up with him and he graciously snapped a shot. I only arrived at the tail end as he was crossing the road. He looked back, he smiled at me, and wave. Ah…..I was breathless at the brief encounter. PS. I Love You Continue reading The Sweetest Thing at #TIFF11 – Day 1
The Toronto Film Festival sponsors have some of the best contests surrounding their event. The Diet Coke Twitter contest was no exception and I was a winner! I was selected as one of the winners for the Gala Screening of … Continue reading My Huge Disappointment in Diet Coke as Toronto Film Festival Sponsors
The Toronto Film Festival is a yearly event at our home. This year was no exception. Day 1 proved to be a slightly frustrating, yet profitable day in celebrity sightings. Bono, from the music group U2, has proven to be the best celebrity ever. First, I have to admit that I’m not a red carpet fan as I prefer the intimate chance encounters of meeting a celebrity. Friday morning was quiet on Yorkville as Bono stepped out of the Hazelton Hotel to step into his awaiting Cadillac. What Bono did was nothing short of astounding for this 4 year TIFF … Continue reading Toronto Film Festival #TIFF11 – In The Name of Love
For me, it’s always Christmas in September. This year is even a bigger challenge. TIFF on a budget. As most of you know, my dog was sick and we had to put her down. So the $1,200 saved to enjoy this event went to a great cause (in my heart anyway) How will you catch us? Follow @christinauntold (my partner in crime and my lovely daughter) and @trina_stewart. I’ll be giving a minute by minute recap of where we are, who and what we are seeing. This is one blog where it won’t be all about me because I have … Continue reading TODAY is the Day, Toronto Film Festival, Here WE Come