Chad Willet from COLE charms The Wine Ladies with passion for his film and Canadian wine!

Each year, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) draws thousands of international filmmakers, stars and media to Toronto and for this years festival (Sept. 10-19), The Wine Ladies are entering the exciting world of web TV.

Each year, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) draws thousands of international filmmakers, stars and media to Toronto and for this years festival (Sept. 10-19), The Wine Ladies are entering the exciting world of web TV.

Georgia and Susanne (The Wine Ladies) set up their temporary TV studio at The Windsor Arms, 18 St. Thomas

Street in Yorkville – ground zero for the film festival – and have conducted brief interviews with the stars, filmmakers, writers, international VIPs and media representatives discussing favourite wines, what wines go with which movies at this years’ festival, favourite movies about wine (e.g.: Bottle Shock, Sideways, A Walk in the Clouds, Under the Tuscan Sun) – the ultimate in wine TV! Celebrity guests are invited to enjoy a glass of wine with The Wine Ladies.

Taking a break to join us on the couch one of the stars of the film COLE is Chad Willett. Chad plays “Bobby” the antagonist in the film. The story of a young man caught between his responsibilities to his shattered family, and the opportunity to escape his small town life and make something of him. Chad took a moment from his busy schedule to enjoy a glass of Jackson -Triggs Sauvignon Blanc, his love of B.C. wines and shared a story or two about is movie.

Public Screenings:
September 15, 6:45 pm – Scotia bank Theatre 3
September 16th, 10:00pm – Varsity 3
September 18th 12:00pm – Cumberland 4

View highlight with Chad Willett here.

Caption: Chad Willett as “Bobby” in COLE

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