TIFF ’11 Gallery: Canadian Film Centre BBQ


The Canadian Film Centre invited filmmakers, actors, industry and press together to celebrate the International Film Festival on Sunday, September 11, for the 23rd annual CFC BBQ.

CFC founder Norman Jewison welcomed the assembled guests to the event, which featured a performance by , lots of and goodies, and a number of Canadian stars and filmmakers.

One highlight of the event, which is partly a fundraiser and an event to promote the CFC’s efforts, came when CFC executive director Slawko Klymkiw accepted a $100,000 cheque from Wind Mobile CEO Anthony Lacavera for the company’s “Best Conversation Ever” , which offered a Canadian the chance to speak to anyone in the world. Film student Ian Holliday won the and chose director Christopher Nolan for his conversation, and Nolan was given the opportunity, as a thank-you, to select a of his choice to receive $100,000.

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