Julianne Moore: I feel like an honorary Canadian

Julianne Moore is a staple at the Toronto International Film Festival and has an affinity with Canadian directors like David Cronenberg and Atom Egon, so it comes as no surprise that the Still Alice star - beloved by fans north of the border - feels right at home in Canada.

Speaking to Hello! Canada’s Alison Eastwood and City’s Brad Smith at the Canadian Screen Awards this month – where the Oscar winner was nominated for Best Actress her role in Maps to the Stars – the flame-haired beauty opened up about her relationship with the Great White North.

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"You’re almost an honorary Canadian,” quipped Brad, to which Julianne replied, beaming, “I certainly feel that way!” adding, “I’ve been working in Canada for a long time.”

The star has been coming to Toronto to work since 1986, having shot Atom Egoyan’s 2003 film Chloe and parts of the 2008 film Blindness in Toronto, among others.

She also gushed about Canuck Ellen Page, her costar in the upcoming flick Freeheld, which also stars Steve Carell and Luke Grimes.

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“She’s a really, really great person,” she enthused. “And a wonderful actress.”

Those weren’t the only Canadians that had Julianne excited at the CSAs. “I’m really looking forward to seeing [Atom] tonight. I love Atom. I haven’t seen him in ages," she said of the Egyptian-Canadian director. "And Sarah Gadon, I think I’m [sitting] next to her, so I’m very excited to see her!

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