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Weekending up North: A-Listers Let Loose at the Toronto International Film Festival

Kicking off the Toronto International Film Festival’s (TIFF) first weekend of its 10-day run, Stronger stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Richard Lane Jr., Miranda Richardson, Tatiana Maslany, David Gordon Green, and John Pollono took to the Soho House Toronto for a lively post-viewing party hosted by Grey Goose Vodka.

Under the direction of Green, Stronger follows the real-life story and memoir of Jeff Bauman, a Boston Marathon bombing survivor who lost both of his legs in the 2013 act of terror. Now standing tall with prosthetics, a “stronger” Bauman raised a glass alongside his Tinseltown counterpart, Gyllenhaal, who worked the room with a smile.

Stars Stanley Tucci and Armie Hammer (in town to promote Call Me by Your Name, which is already getting Oscar buzz) also stopped by the celebration late night to lend their support.

On Saturday, following the premiere of supernatural thriller The Killing of a Sacred Deer, A-listers Nicole Kidman, Colin Farrell, and director Yorgos Lanthimos (The Lobster) posted up in the Soho House Toronto’s second-floor Pantry restaurant for an intimate dinner with industry friends. Kidman stunned in a colorful dress by Valentino, Chloe Gosselin heels, and jewelry by Fred Leighton. While guests to the event enjoyed roast chicken, braised lamb shoulder, and sea bream, Farrell opted for an off-menu request by way of the club’s “Dirty Burgers” and fries. Would you expect anything less from the True Detective star?

Atop King West’s expansive rooftop patio, Lavelle, on Sunday, Woman Walks Ahead stars Jessica Chastain, Michael Greyeyes, Steven Knight (writer), and Susanna White (director) participated in an early-morning Q&A-style discussion as part of Grey Goose’s cozy “Cocktails and Conversation” series. Sun shining, guests to the intimate event enjoyed customizable Caesars and a French brasserie-style brunch.

Woman Walks Ahead tells the rarely told story of Catherine Weldon—a 19th-century artist from Brooklyn—who forms an unlikely bond with legendary Lakota Sioux leader Sitting Bull. Both Chastain (who plays the film’s title female role of Weldon) and Greyeyes (who assumes the role of Sitting Bull) were outspoken about the need for more indigenous narratives in film.

Shortly after, the cast of The Current War, including Benedict Cumberbatch, Michael Shannon, Nicholas Hoult, Alfonso Gomez-Rejon (director), and Michael Mitnick (writer), stopped by Lavelle to discuss the relationship between electricity rivals Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse in their latest film, which premiered Saturday night. Upon being asked about understanding the more technical subject matter their famous scientific counterparts preach in the film, Cumberbatch and Shannon modestly tipped their hats to physicists past, admitting their comprehension to be less than average at best. Hoult then boasted, “I understood everything and I think that shines through in my performance,” leaving the crowd in stitches.

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Kirjoitettu Tuesday 12.09.2017

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