Mary Elizabeth Winstead plays one half of a couple whose relationship is built around their mutual love for alcohol in the film Smashed.
Monica Bellucci, Belcim Bilgin
Monica Bellucci and Belcim Bilgin attend the Rhino Season photocall. Bellucci, a mother of two, is also a model for Dolce & Gabbana.
Frank Deal, Kether Donohue, Barry Levinson
Frank Deal, Kether Donohue and Barry Levinson attend the photocall for The Bay. "The Bay is an unnerving eco-disaster thriller that refreshes the found-footage trend with surprising effectiveness," writes THR film critic David Rooney.
Liz Garbus' latest documentary, Love, Marilyn, featuresthe discovery of Monroe’s diaries and letters that were buried in Lee Strasberg’s archives for decades.
Miss Universe Canada Sahar Biniaz attend the premiere for Rhino Season. Bahman Ghobadi's film is a love story that spans from the Iranian revolution to the present.
Tom Bernard, Octavia Spencer
Tom Bernard and Octavia Spencer attend the Smashed premiere. The film, which screened at the Sundance Film Festival in competition, was acquired by Sony Pictures Classics in February.
Trine Dyrholm, who stars with Pierce Brosnan in Love is All You Need, attend the premiere for A Royal Affair.
Amy Greene, Ben Foster
Amy Greene and Ben Foster attend the premiere of Love, Marilyn. The documentary features Glenn Close, Ellen Burstyn and Viola Davis reading from Monroe's diaries.
Mads Mikkelsen attends the premiere for A Royal Affair. Mikkelsen and rising Swedish star Alicia Vikander play the romantically entwined royal physician and the Queen of Denmark, who orchestrate radical social reforms in Nikolaj Arcel's historical drama.
The cast of Rhino Season speak at the press conference at the Toronto Film Festival. Iranian director Bahman Ghobadi's haunting love story spans three decades
Mads Mikkelsen, Nikolaj Arcel, Trine Dyrholm and Rasmus Heisterberg attend the Toronto premiere for A Royal Affair. "A gripping chapter of European history is recounted with elegance, intelligence and clarity," writes THR's David Rooney in his review.
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