Sep 5, 2011

TIFF 11: My Galas

Single ticket sales for TIFF 2011 became available on September 3 and I hope you were lucky enough to get your first choices. The mad rush for tickets included 5 am box office lines, virtual waiting rooms and a lot of crossing fingers. I'm so excited for the galas I'm attending, especially because Cadillac is giving me a car and a driver for some of the shows! I had the same service for the premiere of Trust last year, and it made my TIFF experience that much more luxurious. 

Check out my TIFF 2011 galas below. Will I see you there?

- It's a Bridesmaid reunion in Friends with Kids! Produced by Jennifer Westfeldt, the comedy features Jon Hamm, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Chris O'Dowd. Megan Fox and Edward Burns also star. (September 9, 6 pm) 

- Being in the same room with George Clooney is on my bucket list and this TIFF I'll finally be able to check it off. The silver fox stars in The Descendants, a family drama. (September 10, 6 pm)

- I've been in love with him since he swept Rachel McAdams off her feet in The Notebook, and I can't wait to see Ryan Gosling in Drive. The thriller also has a steamy elevator scene with Carey Mulligan. (September 10, 9:15 pm)

- Animation isn't usually my thing during TIFF, but I'm making an exception for The Flying Machine. The 3D stop-motion animation, live action film stars Heather Graham and looks amazing. Spoiler alert: I'll be hosting a giveaway for this soon... (September 11, 12:30 pm)

- Who knew the competitive world of butter could bring out so many big names? Butter's A-List cast incudes Jennifer Garner, Olivia Wilde, Ashley Greene, Hugh Jackman, Alicia Silverstone and Ty Burrell.  (September 13, 9:30 pm)

- Two reasons why Jeff, Who Lives at Home will be one of TIFF's standout comedies this year? Jason Segal and Ed Helms. (September 14, 9 pm)

- British thriller Page Eight stars Bill Nighy as an M15 agent. Rachel Weisz, Ralph Fiennes and Judy Davis.

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