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TIFF PHOTO GALLERY: James Franco, Hilary Swank and Marion Cotillard party at the Thompson Hotel

TIFF PHOTO GALLERY: James Franco, Hilary Swank and Marion Cotillard party at the Thompson Hotel
Actor James Franco and director Danny Boyle at the Vanity Fair, Belvedere and Fox Searchlight party at the Thmpson Hotel to celebrate her film 127 Hours. (Image: Tom Sandler)

The TIFF celebrity brigade was out in full force at the Thompson Hotel on Saturday night to celebrate the films from Fox Searchlight: Conviction, Black Swan, Never Let Me Go and 127 Hours. Cast members (and a few of their friends) who swung by included Hilary Swank, Sam Rockwell, Minnie Driver, James Franco, Josh Brolin, Juliette Lewis, Marion Cotillard and Carey Mulligan. Also spotted were director Darren Aronofsky, comedian David Cross and basketball legend Steve Nash.

TIFF PHOTO GALLERY: James Franco, Hilary Swank and Marion Cotillard party at the Thompson Hotel
TIFF PHOTO GALLERY: James Franco, Hilary Swank and Marion Cotillard party at the Thompson Hotel
James Franco and director Danny Boyle at the Vanity Fair, Belvedere and Fox Searchlight party at the Thompson Hotel to celebrate their film 127 Hours. (Image: Tom Sandler)
TIFF PHOTO GALLERY: James Franco, Hilary Swank and Marion Cotillard party at the Thompson Hotel
TIFF PHOTO GALLERY: James Franco, Hilary Swank and Marion Cotillard party at the Thompson Hotel

Officially dubbed the Vanity Fair, Belvedere and Fox Searchlight Party, the event became a crowded affair once the rain started falling and guests poured inside from the patios, clutching their special-for-the-occasion vodka cocktails (we had a very sweet liquid interpretation of 127 Hours that, to be fair, tasted rather good for a drink inspired by a man pinned under a boulder for five days). The celebs seemed to take the weather in stride, coming and going throughout the night under canopies of black umbrellas and, in one case, lighting up a cigarette in one of the booths.


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