Posted on October 9th, 2013 by Frederik

On October 05, Toni Collette participated in a conversation panel at the New Yorker Festival to talk about her career. I try to get hold of a video of this conversation. For now, enjoy the pictures in the gallery.

Posted on September 18th, 2013 by Frederik

September remains a busy month for Toni. On Monday, a New York screening for “Enough Said” was held, which was attended by the cast and crew of the film. Yesterday, Toni and Tate Donovan rang the NYSE Opening Bell. And later that day, Toni was spotted at An Evening Of Dance Featuring Roberto Bolle And Friends in New York. Pictures from all three events have been added to the gallery. October will probably be just as extensive as Toni will attend the New York Film Festival as well.



Posted on September 9th, 2013 by Frederik

Media coverage from the Toronto Film Festival, as well as new promotional videos for “Enough Said” have been added to the archive. First, there’s Fox Searchlight’s making of featurette for the film, including on-set footage and interviews with the cast and crew. Then, clips of Toni’s TIFF appearances at the Variety Studio conversation, the “Enough Said” premiere and the film’s press conference, also featuring director Nicole Holocener and actors Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Catherine Keener and Toni. To view each new clip, simply click one of the previews below. Enjoy watching.


Posted on September 9th, 2013 by Frederik

The Toronto Film Festival coverage continues with pictures from the press conference and portraits session for “Enough Said”, which was attended by director Nicole Holofcener and actors Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Catherine Keener and Toni Collette. Video clips will follow with the next update.


Posted on September 8th, 2013 by Frederik

Toni has attended more events at the Toronto Film Festival. Yesterday, the world-premiere for “Enough Said” was held. Toni also participated in a Variety Studio conversation with actresses Tracey Fairaway and Tavi Gevinson. To view all latest images, simply click one of the previews below.


Posted on September 7th, 2013 by Frederik

Yesterday, Toni Collette has attended the Toronto International Film Festival for the world-premiere of “Lucky Them”. A rock journalist (Toni Collette) is given the impossible assignment to hunt down a long-unseen revered local musician, and is joined on the road by a music-hating, aspiring documentarian (Thomas Haden Church), in director Megan Griffith’s comedy. Pictures from the premiere and its after-party have been added to the gallery.


Here’s more information on “Lucky Them” by the Toronto Film Festival’s website: Lucky Them introduces us to Ellie Klug (Toni Collette), a veteran journalist for a music publication. Talented but hapless, appealing and irritating in equal measure, Ellie is immobilized by unaddressed issues from her past that have returned for an unexpected encore. Ellie is called up one day by her intrepid editor Giles (Oliver Platt), a man badly in need of an attention-grabbing cover story. He asks Ellie to investigate the ten-year-old disappearance of a revered local musician – who also happened to be Ellie’s long-time boyfriend at the time he went missing. Having not produced anything of note lately, and knowing her job is on the line, Ellie reluctantly agrees to take the assignment, even as her erratic, booze-soaked relationships with younger musicians continue to clutter her life. She convinces herself there will be no need to unlock her own crippling emotional baggage around her lover’s departure and her sense of having been abandoned. For the road trip, she grudgingly accepts the companionship of music-hating, aspiring documentarian Charlie (Thomas Haden Church), whose confusion regarding matters of the heart is only matched by his inept filmmaking.

Lucky Them is about how we mythologize those we love – especially those we have lost – and how this skewed idolatry impedes anything new and hopeful. The semiautobiographical nature of co-screenwriter Emily Wachtel’s story undoubtedly gives the film its emotional edge, and, combined with Griffiths’s crisp direction and her cast’s sharply observant performances, the result is nothing less than one of the most enjoyable films of the year. There’ll be no rest for Toni, as her second Toronto premiere will be today with Nicole Holofcener’s “Enough Said”.