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Toronto International Film Festival and Cabbagetown Festival: How the Events Look from a Filipino Journalist's Perspective PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 10 September 2013 17:30



By Romy P. Marquez

Here are the latest videos of two events in Toronto:

1. Outside the theatres and the venues of the Toronto International Film Festival on King St., hundreds of fans wait for hours just to get a glimpse, and take pictures, of their favorites movies stars. Here's how it looks on Sunday afternoon on King St. in front of The Princess of Wales Theatre, a few steps from TIFF Lightbox. 
The video is at: http://youtu.be/WWRL9cef0m8

2. Amidst the din of Sunday's festivities at Cabbagetown Festival, Archie Alleyne and Kollage Band play a relaxing jazz number, Dolphin Dance, in the middle of the road intersecting Parliament St. 
The video is at: ">


 

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