Screen Darlings To Crave @ TIFF 2015



1. Katie Boland in “Born To Be Blue”


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– Destined to be Canada’s sweetheart, Katie has the undeniable beauty and immense talent that is deserving of avid viewership across multiple mediums
– What better than to have her graced this year’s Toronto Film Festival as she stars alongside Ethan Hawke who plays legendary jazz trumpeter Chet Baker in “Born To Be Blue”.
– She’s all about leaving viewers with a lasting impression and this enchanter is guaranteed to be a mesmerising watch year in and year out.


2. Maria Dizzia in “About Ray”


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– Maria is certainly adding star power to the ensemble cast of Naomi Watts, Elle Fanning and Susan Sarandon in the complex gender identity drama “About Ray”.
– She is consistently absorbing onscreen having also appeared as MaryJane Longo, the wife and brutal murder victim of James Franco’s character Christian Longo in “True Story”.
– On Television, she is best known for her role on “Orange Is The New Black” as Piper Chapman’s best friend Polly Harper.


3. Lindsay Burdge in “Lace Crater”


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– Compellingly beautiful, Lindsay has blossomed into one of indie cinema’s best discovery with her adeptness at crafting often vulnerable nuances with understated brilliance.
– In 2015, she already has an amazing track record in intriguing movies which includes “Up The River”, “The Midnight Swim”, “The Sideways Light” and “6 Years” with Taissa Farmiga.
– She keeps us hooked once more in the supernatural meets lo-fi drama “Lace Crater” as Ruth, a woman who has a ghostly encounter that defies explanation!

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