Toronto Film FEstival 2014 Hey Lucy

Restaurants of Entertainment District Roll Out Red Carpet For 2014 Festival Street at the Toronto International Film Festival

Restaurants in Toronto’s Entertainment District Business Improvement Area (TOED BIA) are rolling out the red carpet for this year’s 39thAnnual Toronto International Film Festival. A new Festival Street initiative has 14 participating restaurants on King St., between John and Peter … Continue reading Restaurants of Entertainment District Roll Out Red Carpet For 2014 Festival Street at the Toronto International Film Festival

Good Kill TIFF 2014

Toronto International Film Festival selects Good Kill written, produced and directed by Andrew Niccol

Good Kill Starring Ethan Hawke, Zoë Kravitz and January Jones Remstar Films is pleased to announce the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) will present the premiere of Good Kill directed by Andrew Niccol. Starring Ethan Hawke, Zoë Kravitz and January Jones, the film marks a … Continue reading Toronto International Film Festival selects Good Kill written, produced and directed by Andrew Niccol

The Imitation Game TIFF 2014

Canadian distributor Elevation Pictures’ films The Imitation Game and Nightcrawler to premiere at Toronto International Film Festival

Canadian distributor Elevation Pictures is pleased to be a part of the premiere lineup, announced at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) press conference. Elevation Pictures’ films include the Canadian premiere of The Imitation Game and the world premiere of Nightcrawler. The Imitation Game stars Benedict Cumberbatch as … Continue reading Canadian distributor Elevation Pictures’ films The Imitation Game and Nightcrawler to premiere at Toronto International Film Festival

More #TIFF13 Celebrity Sightings from Life’s a Blog

Jeremy   Sexy Adam Levine of The Voice signed autographs when he arrived at the film Can a Song Save Your Life?  The whole red carpet thing makes me nauseous.  I like my celebrity sightings be left to chance rather than getting pushed and prodded by eager fans.  So blurry picture it is.   Hunky Colin Firth threw a wave my way but didn’t come over for autographs.  Very uncharacteristic of him.   Eli Roth’s THE GREEN INFERNO has received mixed reviews.  Did anyone see it?  Come what may, Eli looks pleasantly pleased with his performance after a press conference at the TIFF Bell Lightbox. … Continue reading More #TIFF13 Celebrity Sightings from Life’s a Blog