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Things to Do in Toronto to Escape the Toronto International Film Festival

Toronto gets crazy when the Toronto International Film Festival rolls into town. Not only are some of the most Oscar-buzz worthy movies showing, but the entire town erupts into madness. Movie stars, producers, directors, screenwriters, and journalists all float from movie to movie, restaurant to bar, and shop to gallery to soak in the madness. It can be both invigorating and suffocating. If one wants to take a break from his/her movie packed schedule and see this decidedly beautiful, posh, and metropolitan town they can do so rather easily, as the majority of things to see remain within walking distance from one another.

Week in Review: Christian Louboutin, Art Silicon Valley, PlumpJack and Napa Valley Film Festival

The grand opening celebration of Christian Louboutin’s first San Francisco boutique highlighted a week’s worth of events in the San Francisco Bay Area that also included Graff saluting the inaugural Art Silicon Valley/San Francisco, a PlumpJack Reserve Winemaker Dinner and the First Look at the Napa Valley Film Festival.

An Honor for Hans Zimmer, ESPY Award Madness and Larry Ellison’s First Annual Film Festival

This week in Los Angeles was out of this world—literally. The biggest and brightest moment belonged not only to top athletes at the ESPYS, but to former astronaut Buzz Aldrin, who celebrated the 45th anniversary of Apollo 11’s moon landing with the most fabulous soiree of the week, presented by Omega. Without further ado, here is our roundup of the hautest happenings of the week.

IWC Schaffhausen and Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) Declare Third IWC Filmmaker Award Open for Submissions

Swiss luxury watch manufacturer IWC Schaffhausen, the Official ‘Festival-Time’ Partner of the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF), announced yesterday that submissions are now open for the third IWC Filmmaker Award. The award includes a cash prize of USD 100,000, which will help the winning filmmaker bring their ideas to life on screen.

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