Monday, September 9, 2013

butter LONDON for Toronto International Film Festival and events happening everywhere

Good morning Gorgeous!

Keep your strength up-this is going to be a busy week with the Fall event season ramping up and the awards season starting with the Toronto Film Festival.

It's been years since I attended. One thing I wanted to highlight from this years TIFF, is the blossoming children's film series. It's outstanding. The best talent really goes all out with phenomenal movies geared towards children.

Now, before you go down to my fave kids movie "Believe" from this year's TIFF, here's a wee product highlight to wear to your next film festival red carpet or fancy schmancy event!

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They now make WINK a partner to LIPPY, the line of cosmetics that are healthy for your skin also.


I received samples of Union Jack Black Wink color mascara $20.00, Black Cherry Lippy tinted balm, $18.00 and Pistol Pink Wink cream eye shadow $20.00

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Now that you know what makeup look you would and will be wearing, let's learn a bit more about the movie Believe directed by David Scheinnman which was shown at TIFF.


Director: David Scheinmann
Country: United Kingdom
Year: 2012
Language: English
Runtime: 96 minutes
Cast: Brian Cox, Jack Smith, Natascha McElhone, Philip Jackson, Anne Reid, Toby Stephens, Kate Ashfield
Rating: G

Legendary Manchester United soccer coach Sir Matt Busby trains a ragtag team of neighbourhood kids for the Manchester Junior Cup championship.
In 1984 Manchester, eleven-year-old Georgie is an extraordinarily gifted soccer player who often lands in trouble for committing petty crimes. When Sir Matt Busby (based on the legendary, real-life manager of Manchester United) tracks Georgie down after the boy attempts to steal his wallet, he discovers Georgie’s talent and comes out of retirement to coach him and his group of neighbourhood friends as they prepare to compete in the Manchester Junior Cup. As the big game approaches, Georgie faces challenges as he attempts to balance his school priorities with his love of soccer, and learns to be true to himself without letting down his family and friends.
Themes: positive choices, school, soccer, teamwork, fiction vs. non-fiction
Content Advisory: images of the aftermath of a plane crash, loss of a parent, alcohol consumption, smoking, limited strong language

Director Biography

    • David Scheinmann
    • David Scheinmann was born in Manchester and is a multi-award-winning photographer and commercials/music video director whose credits include campaigns for IBM, Toyota and Smirnoff, and videos for Peter Gabriel and Cher. David made his feature directorial debut with The West Wittering Affair (06).

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