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first_imgAdvertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Login/Register With: Twitter Advertisement Facebook READ MORE This week, the chorus of industry voices calling for a “Netflix tax” has grown louder as over 100 members of the Quebec entertainment industry called for the government to require “foreign giants” like Netflix to collect and pay sales tax on their services in the province.It’s increasingly clear, however, that there’s confusion in the public sphere about what exactly a “Netflix tax” entails. It’s important for everyone in the industry to be specific in what they are asking of the government, because “Netflix tax,” has been used to signify at least three different revenue instruments, each with its own quandaries to consider.To help clear the air, so to speak, here’s a breakdown of each tax being discussed and what each of them potentially means …last_img read more

first_img Denise Gough So I attended a TIFF Party! To help those who couldn’t make it feel like they were there, I completed this comprehensive post-party questionnaire.What was the party for?It was the official post-premiere party for Colette, the Keira Knightley-starrer about Belle Epoque-era feminist writer (and Nobel Prize nominee) known simply as Colette. Dominic West plays her husband, Willy, who took credit for the first four novels she wrote. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Ray Panthaki and Jake Graf What brands were present as partners?Soho House and Grey Goose.Which celebrities were supposed to be in attendance?Keira Knightley and Dominic West.Which celebs did you actually spot?Keira Knightley, Dominic West, and the rest of the cast from the film—Denise Gough, Ray Panthaki and Jake Graf. Also spotted: Colette director Wash Westmoreland and TIFF artistic director Cameron Bailey.HERE ARE SOME PHOTOS FROM INSIDE THE PARTYAll photos by Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for Grey Goose Advertisement Facebook Login/Register With: Dominic West and Keira Knightley Dominic West, Denise Gough, Jake Graf and Ray Panthanki Advertisement Describe the general vibe.Elegant, grown-up cocktail party, mostly thanks to the playlist of jazz and old-school hits like Fever, Luck Be a Lady and That’s Amore.Food? Cocktails?Soho House’s famous wood-fired pizza plus juicy meatballs and fried chicken bites. Grey Goose’s film-inspired cocktails did the rounds, the one with popcorn-flavoured syrup seemingly a crowd favourite.Best dressed? The dude in a cropped leather jacket and embroidered gown with flowing train. Major props to him for not yelling at all the people who stepped on it over the course of the night.Please repeat one conversation you overheard.“Still no Keira, eh?” (Keira, in fact, was one of the first people to arrive at the party, where she proceeded to plop on to a sofa in the corner where clearly no one could spot her.)If you had to title the party as if it were a film, what would it be called?Has Anyone Seen Keira?By Pahull Bains Twitter Cameron Bailey, Keira Knightley, Andrew Karpen and Wash Westmoreland Keira Knightley Cameron Bailey, Keira Knightley, Andrew Karpen and Wash Westmoreland Advertisementlast_img read more