I love TIFF and I love being in town during the Festival.
I don't see many of the films but I do glimpse a few of the celebs when they venture into my 'hood for a bit of Yorkville shopping.
I really dislike it when the media seem to go out of there way to capture the less-than-good picture of a celeb who has perhaps fallen on bad times or has chosen to not let us in on his life.
Good example is the oh-so-perfect photo of Ben Affleck and then we have Joaquin Phoenix. Could the photographer not have waited for 10 seconds to capture a better shot of Joaquin? Or could the print media have selected a better photo when making their selection for the paper?
No one seems to Walk the Line.