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September 8, 2008

Toronto host to stars at Film Festival, parties

Monday, September 8, 2008

Diddy was the featured performer at the eTalk Festival Party.

Diddy was the featured performer at the eTalk Festival Party.

Kids in the Hall goofs around on the red carpet.

Kids in the Hall goofs around on the red carpet.

Torontonians buzzing as the stars walk among them, during the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival.

The capital of and largest city in Ontario, Canada has been playing host to the premieres of major motion pictures, up-and-coming indy films, and international films alike. The festival has become one of the most popular in the world, over the last few years.

Back on September 5, Wikinews sent freelance photographer Richard Burdett to the eTalk Festival Party, held by television broadcaster CTV. Described as a celebration of Canadian and international film and filmmakers, the party was held at CTV’s festival headquarters, the former CHUM-City Building. The red carpet extended into the parking lot stage area meaning celebrity guests were interviewed in the same spot where Diddy performed. DJ Samantha Ronson spun well into the night for revelers.

Hosted by Ben Mulroney and Tayna Kim of CTV’s eTalk program, the party was broadcast live for an hour on Startv.


Sources

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External links

  • Richard Burdett’s Model Mayhem portfolio
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