Actress Abbie Cornish poses at the Disconnect premiere at the Toronto Film Festival. Her Seven Psychopaths, also starring Colin Farrell, screened at the fest.
Aviad Bernstein attends the Disconnect premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. In the tech-focused film, Bernstein plays a boy who, with a friend, invents a female online personality to taunt a classmate.
Actress Barbara Sukowa and director Margarethe von Trotta attend the Hannah Arendt premiere at Toronto. The film looks at the life of the late political philosopher and reporter for The New Yorker.
Director Chen Kaige speaks onstage at the Caught In The Web press conference at Toronto. The Chinese dark comedy looks at a world that depends more and more on technology.
City to City Press Conference
Toronto's City to City press conference focuses on Mumbai this year. Directors pictured include Mohit Takalkar, Habib Faisal, Vasan Bala, actor Abhay Deol, directors Dibakar Banerjee, Anurag Kashyap, Hansal Mehta Ashim Ahluwalia, Anand Gandhi and Manjeet Singh.
Actor Eli Roth poses at Toronto's Guess Portrait Studio. Roth brought Aftershock and Clown to the festival.
Colin Geddes and Francisco Barreiro
Toronto programmer Colin Geddes and actor Francisco Barreiro attend the premiere of Here Comes the Devil.
Hannah Arendt Cast and Crew
The cast and crew of Hannah Arendt attend the film's Toronto premiere. They include Cornelia Ackers, Pam Katz, Barbara Sukowa, David Silber,Margarethe von Trotta, Bettina Brokemper, Antoine De Clermont-Tonnerre, Petra Mueller and Alexander Dumreicher-Ivanceanu.
Arrested Development vet Jason Bateman arrives at the Toronto premiere of his new film Disconnect, which explores the impact of the Internet on everyone's daily lives through a series of gripping, cunningly interwoven parallel narratives. Hope Davis, Paula Patton and Alexander Skarsgard co-star.
Model London Becs walks the red carpet at the Venus and Serena documentary premiere.
Naadei Lyonnais supported the Williams sisters' tennis doc Venus and Serena.
Sarah Gadon, who stars in Toronto title Antiviral, keeps it simple in a little black dress at the Guess Portrait Studio.
Tatyana Ali debuted her new film, Home Again, which is directed by Sudz Sutherland, at Toronto.
Lines of Wellington actress Victoria Guerra visits the Guess Portrait Studio at Toronto.
Wyclef Jean attended the Toronto screening for documentary Venus and Serena,which centers on tennis players Venus and Serena Williams during 2011. It was reported that the Williams sisters opted not to attend the Tuesday premiere because they were reportedly unhappy with the end product.
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