TIFF 2015: How Street Culture—and Backyard Barbecues—Inspired This Year's Parties

For this year's Toronto International Film Festival, brands and event producers hosted low-key affairs.

By Jenny Berg and Amanda Scriver September 23, 2015, 7:30 AM EDT

Photo: Courtesy of Mongrel Media

The Toronto International Film Festival took place September 10 to 20, inspiring its usual slew of parties. Though several of the events catered to glitzy crowds filled with movie stars and industry executives, many of the bashes shared a casual vibe that conjured the feel of a backyard barbecue. Street culture also influenced several of the events, which had everything from food trucks to edgy art installations. Here's a peek inside some of the laid-back elements of this year's TIFF party scene.

Sign up for the BizBash Daily - stay current with the event industry.
Your email inquiry will be sent to 3 venue