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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Chace Crawford, actor in Mountain Men

This former Gossip Girl cast member stars in this sibling comedy/survival thriller about a pair of brothers who head to a family cabin in the mountains to evict a squatter. The house ends up in flames and they're left to fend for themselves in the Rockies. READ MORE: 4 must-see films at the Whistler Film Festival

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Cameron Labine, director of Mountain Men

This is the follow-up film to Labine’s first feature, Control Alt Delete that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. READ MORE: Sorel steps up with perfect winter footwear

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Dane Clark, director and writer for I Put a Hit on You

A jilted girlfriend drunkenly posts she’ll offer up her wedding ring to anyone who kills her boyfriend. Someone takes up her offer and dramatic comedy ensues. READ MORE: How to spend a perfect weekend in Whistler

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Lindsay Stewart, director and production for I Put a Hit on You

After working with her husband (Dane Clark) 18 straight days in a row on this film, Steward said she needed to kick him out of the house for a day. She didn’t, however, post a Facebook update on the matter. READ MORE: ELLE Canada celebrates the Whistler Film Festival    

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Giacomo Baessato, actor in Ally was Screaming

In the film Baessato's character and a friend uncover a winning lottery ticket from another friend who has passed away. Their friend’s husband is in jail so they debate as to whether to cash in the winning ticket. In real life, Baessato isn’t sure what he’d do. #yeahright. READ MORE: Theory of Everything actress Felicity Jones

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Madeleine Grant from The Backward Class

This young filmmaker travelled to India to volunteer at, and later film, the school and students who attended a special program dedicated to educating impoverished children from the low-caste in India. READ MORE: 4 films you have to see at the Whistler Film Festival

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Sindu Manimala (Mala) from The Backward Class

Mala was one of the students who graduated from a special private school set up to educate children from the Dalit, or low-caste in India. READ MORE: 5 stylish ways to master chalet chic

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Guillaume Tessier, member of Mountain Culture Jury

Tessier is a mountain filmmaker – and the happiest man alive.   READ MORE: 12 winter boots you can't live without

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Jefferson Moneo, director of Big Muddy

This is so not the expression assumed by the modern-day outlaw in Moneo's film Big Muddy. READ MORE: Stylish partygoers at the 2013 Whistler Film Festival

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

The finalists for the ELLE Canada Fashion Film Competition

The finalists for the ELLE Canada Fashion Film Competition dropped by our Whistler Film Festival photo studio. Congrats to the winner Julia Hong (far left) for her film Fashion in Motion; Hannah Clarke (middle) for Vorfreude and Erika Houle for Walk in the Park. READ MORE: 4 must-see films at the Whistler Film Festival

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Dustin Milligan, actor in Bad City

Dustin Milligan assumes the Home Alone pose in honour of the film that made him want to get into the biz. He stars in Bad City, a film described as a “cross between blaxpolitation films from the ’70s and what film intellectuals like to call “canuckspolitation” films from the tax-shelter era.” READ MORE: A one-on-one with the candid Keira Knightley

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Jason Priestly, actor and member of the Borsos Jury

After he got his “need-for-speed” fix at the Whistler Sliding Centre, Jason Priestly struck a pose in our studio. He’s in town as a Borsos Jury member. (This is an award that goes to the top Canadian film at Whistler Film Festival.) Priestly’s all-time fave ski film? Aspen Extreme, starring Paul Gross and Peter Berg. READ MORE: How to spend a perfect weekend in Whistler

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Johnathan Sousa, actor in Relative Happiness

Who wouldn’t Johnathan Sousa like to take a chairlift ride with? “Mumford & Sons.” He’s at Whistler for the romantic comedy Relative Happiness. READ MORE: Winter boots you can't live without

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Sara Canning, actor in I Put a Hit on You

Sara Canning, one of the stars in the film I Put a Hit on You, says her “go-to” swear word when she falls on the ski hill is the PG-friendly “Geronimo!!” READ MORE: 5 stylish ways to master chalet chic

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Sarah Gadon, actor and Whistler Spotlight honoree

Sarah Gadon – the Whistler Spotlight honoree this year – came away from our studio with a keen understanding of how to use the word “durometer” in a sentence. #partytricks READ MORE: 5 minutes with Sarah Gadon

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Kim Cattrall, actor and recipient of the Maverick Award

Kim Cattrall didn’t know what the wedeln is, but she was the only guest who could pronounce the German word correctly! (FYI: It means to fan or wag the tail – and it refers to a style of skiing where you swing the rear of the skis from side to side while following the fall line.) READ MORE: Up close and personal with Kim Cattrall

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Peter and Julia Benson and Tracy and Dave Collette, crew for What an Idiot

The wacky crew from What an Idiot: from left: Peter and Julia Benson and Tracy and Dave Collette. Funniest studio guests – ever. READ MORE: Winter skincare secrets

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Craig Trudeau, cinematographer for Big Muddy

Cinematographer Craig Trudeau knows how to work his angles. His film, Big Muddy, is a stylized crime tale set in Saskatchewan. Prairie noir. READ MORE: ELLE Canada celebrates at the Whistler Film Festival

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Matt Sadowski, director and screenwriter for Pretend We're Kissing

Funny man – and former Green Power Ranger – Matt Sadowski directed and wrote Pretend We’re Kissing. READ MORE: Sorel steps up stylish winter footwear

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Tommie-Amber Pirie, actor in Pretend We're Kissing

Tommie-Amber Pirie plays the lead love interest in Pretend We’re Kissing – a comedy billed as a “wonderful tale of nerdy love.” READ MORE: 4 must-see films at the Whistler Film Festival

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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014

Peter Harvey, producer for Pretend We're Kissing

Peter Harvey, co-producer of Pretend We’re Kissing, was one of the few studio guests who knew what a “fun box” is. READ MORE: ELLE Canada celebrates at the Whistler Film Festival

Image by: ELLECanada.com By: Noreen Flanagan Source: Evaan Kheraj
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ELLE Canada’s Whistler Film Festival Photo Studio 2014