Charming Canadian actor Lawrence Bayne villain with a heart stars in Kim Chaperon’ Dog Pound

Charming Canadian actor Lawrence Bayne villain with a heart stars in Kim Chaperons’ Dog Pound

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.

Charming Canadian actor Lawrence Bayne villain with a heart stars in Kim Chaperons’ Dog Pound

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 www.TheWineLadies.com

Lawrence Bayne is a Canadian actor who has appeared in various movies and television series, both live action and animated, and also sings with the band CONTROLFREAK. He joined us to discuss his last film project Dog Pound, directed by the French director Kim Chapiron currently in post production. The film is a prison drama set in a juvenile detention center whereby Goodyear (played by Lawrence), an experienced, strict yet empathetic guard is in charge. On any given day, more than 100,000 children are held in detention centers in North America. 6o% will go on to become multiple offenders! Let’s hope to see the film at next year’s TIFF.

View highlights with Lawrence Bayne here.

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