Ever wanted to ask Bono a question or share the same air as him? TIFF makes that possible!
Fresh off the red carpet at the opening night gala of the Toronto International Film Festival, U2′s Bono and The Edge will walk into the TIFF Bell Lightbox to answer questions from fans.
The two musicians will be joined on stage Friday afternoon by Davis Guggenheim, director of From The Sky Down — the documentary about U2′s 1991 album Achtung Baby that opens TIFF on Thursday night.
Fans can submit questions before Friday at 12 noon via Twitter using the hash tag #THESKYDOWN.
Bono and The Edge are scheduled to answer questions starting at 1:30 pm during a 45-minute session that will be streamed live at tiff.net and U2.com. There is no public access to the event.
From The Sky Down will have its world premiere at Roy Thomson Hall on Thursday night, kicking off the 11-day film festival. It’s the first time TIFF has opened with a documentary.
Guggenheim’s previous rock doc It Might Get Loud brought The Edge to TIFF in 2008 along with Jimmy Page and Jack White.