The Wine Ladies in conversation with Katie Boland of Die the movie

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 www.TheWineLadies.com

Canadian-born actress Katie Boland first began to achieve recognition before her 15th birthday, when tapped to portray the manipulative Annie Putnam in the Alliance Atlantis-produced historical miniseries Salem Witch Trials (2003), opposite heavyweights Jonathan Pryce and Alan Bates. After receiving prominent billing in the Canadian television series Terminal City (2005) and essaying a role in the big-screen Canadian feature Mount Pleasant, Boland landed a supporting role in an A-list Hollywood production: Doug Liman’s effects-heavy sci-fi adventure Jumper (2008)

For this year’s TIFF Katie is part of not one but two movies premiering!. “Die” a psychological thriller and “Puka” a dramady (drama/comedy) starring Anne of Green Gables fame Megan Follows.

View highlights with Katie Boland here.

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