TIFF Parties

TIFF Parties - A First Look

We're now two weeks away from the start of the Toronto International Film Festival. While I'm starting to make notes about the films I want to check out this year, I'm also beginning to hear about some of the parties worth crashing. Here's a rundown of what I know so far:

Thursday September 4th

Passchendaele Private Party
Venue: The Drake Hotel
Hosted by: Alliance Films and the film's producers

Rock N Rolla After Party
Venue: The Boiler House
Hosted by: TIME Cinematic Events

Friday September 5th

Burn After Reading After Party
Venue: Spice Route
Hosted by: Alliance Films and Focus Features

Saturday September 6th

Legendary Couples Party
Venue: Birks Jewellery on Bloor Street
Hosted by: Hello! Magazine

Every Little Step After Party
Venue: One King West's Grand Banking Hall
Hosted by: TIME Cinematic Events

Variety Magazine Party
Venue: CTV Building
Hosted by: Variety Magazine

Blindness After Party
Venue: CTV Building
Hosted by: eTalk, Alliance Films and Miramax

Sunday September 7th

Canadian Film Centre Annual BBQ
Venue: Canadian Film Centre
Hosted by: Norman Jewison

DSquared2 Fashion Show
Venue: CTV Building
Hosted by: Fashion Television and MAC Cosmetics

Zach & Miri Make a Porno After Party
Venue: W Studio
Hosted by: Alliance Films and Weinstein Company

Monday September 8th

ONEXONE Gala
Venue: Maple Leaf Gardens
Hosted by: Matt Damon. Musical guests Wyclef Jean and John Legend

Tuesday September 9th

InStyle Magazine Party
Venue: Windsor Arms Hotel
Hosted by: The Hollywood Foreign Press Association


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