WHO: Camelia Frieberg, filmmaker
WHERE: Spadina Road and Burton
WHEN: Monday afternoon
CLOTHING: "I saw these shoes on Jane Tattersall (sound editor extraordinaire) and fell in love with them. I went straight to the store (somewhere on Yonge) and walked out with them on. I got my pants in Phoenix. My daughter Adelaide made me this red woven bag on a great little loom with beautiful fuzzy yarn. I bought this shirt, by Susan Harris, in Nova Scotia. Pierre Trudeau is on it - a man who personified sexy intellectualism and is my boyfriend Peter's hero. I love the Bruce Lee quote on the back: 'Love is like a friendship caught on fire.' It seems to be a clever way of addressing the Trudeau quote 'La raison avant la passion.' My parents bought me this necklace about 30 years ago. Been wearing it ever since. I bought my glasses at Josephson (60 Bloor West, 416-964-7070). They have springs instead of screws, which has proved to be very useful when my son Isaac tackles me and the lenses pop out - I just wiggle them back into place! The other bag hanging off the bench is for my iPod - I made it from a sweater sleeve. The myrrh necklace wound around my wrist smells like heaven. Got it in Manhattan. On my left hand I'm wearing a gold and jade ring that was a bat mitzvah present from my Aunt Rickie. The large bag is from Vitteaux, Burgundy, France. It brags about their new recycling program; they can make a vacuum out of pop cans!"
HAIR: "I just went to a hairdresser for the first time in 10 years!"
MY STYLE: "Intellectual individual with colours and stripes."
INTO: "Watching kids play, especially when they're oblivious to the fact that they're being observed; my new film, A Stone's Throw, at the Toronto International Film Festival, starring Kris Holden-Ried, Lisa Ray, Kathryn MacLellan and Aaron Webber, screening Wednesday (September 13) at 8:15 pm and September 15 at 12:30 pm at the Varsity."