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Party photos of the week: Toronto Film Critics Association awards

Filmmaker Jennifer Baichwal and photographer Edward Burtynsky took home the gold on Tuesday night at the 17th annual Toronto Film Critics Association award show and gala dinner. The pair picked up the Rogers Best Canadian Film award for Watermark, a documentary about the manipulation and depletion of water. Despite it being the coldest night of the year, the Canadian film industry bundled up – mostly in black and white – to attend the first big event of the year, which was hosted by the Toronto International Film Festival’s Cameron Bailey at the Carlu in Toronto. Vying for a close second for power duo of the night was you’ll-always-be-Samantha-Jones-to-me Kim Cattrall and director Don McKellar. The twosome are working on a new miniseries together, Sensitive Skin, set to air on HBO Canada this summer.

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The dynamic duo of the night who made their rounds for the cameras: director Don McKellar and Sex and the City-er Kim Cattrall.

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Mira Burt-Wintonick, lady in white.

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Canada’s current film starlet (and maybe the next Rachel McAdams?) Sarah Gadon stunned in simple black with a splash of red lips.

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Man of the hour Edward Burtynsky with Charlotte Mickie, who sported the best hairdo of the night.

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Television personality Rick Mercer showed his support for the Canadian film industry, alongside Maclean’s magazine film critic Brian D. Johnson.

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The evening’s host Cameron Bailey flanked by his ever-so-bubbly TIFF team of Geneviève Parent and Jennifer Knox.

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Scott Willats and Devon Soltendieck, looking dapper.

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