Vancouver Asian Film Festival

Last night was my first time repping our Surrogate Valentine premiere since SXSW.  But at The Vancouver Asian Film Festival, I didn’t have my cast/crew with me.

But I didn’t have to do the red carpet all by myself…

…my best friend Catherine from high school (who I haven’t seen in at least 6 years) joined me – with a buncha Vancouver-ites.

While the movie screened, Abe and I killed time walking around the mall…

…petting dogs in the food court…

…playing pinball…

…and of course, air hockey (when in Canada…)

Then we headed back into the theater to do Q&A…

…and across the street for the festival wrap party at Wild Rice Vancouver.

I have no idea what I ate – but these are the bites I managed to grab when they passed by:

Mostly I was too busy gabbing with peeps (so good to meet blog readers!!!) and catching up with my childhood buddies.  Catherine and her husband Mike have been together since tenth grade, I think???

Got back late – I had the same midnight snack as the previous night:

Gotta get to the airport! Keep forgetting this is an international trip…


12 thoughts on “Vancouver Asian Film Festival

  1. Natasha

    You looked like you had a great time Lynn! Vancouver is an incredible place…well…Canada is pretty stellar overall.
    🙁 No butter tarts…well – you have someone who will send you some! 🙂 Along with all of the “international” goodies you crave…let me know.
    Bon Voyage –

  2. Anna @ On Anna's Plate

    Looks like a great night! I’ve only been to Vancouver once, but I had a blast there.

    1. Lynn at The Actors Diet Post author

      apparently, the week before it had been decorated in “halloween balls!”

  3. Living, Learning, Eating

    Christmas Wonderlands are already up?? I’m so glad that I’ll be back in the States for Christmas. 🙂

  4. Gillian

    You’re in my city!! Too bad I’m in Toronto now or I would have worked to snag you away for some tasty bites! I’ve had some great meals at Wild Rice too!

    1. Lynn at The Actors Diet Post author

      thanks! this one was from JCREW – my folks got it for abe years ago but he never wears scarves, so now it’s mine!

  5. Miriam

    Being in New Jersey, it’s both funny and bizarre to be back in mall-land. No dogs or air hockey here though. Sadly, just Auntie Anne’s prezels and scary Christmas trees!

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