Given that the Toronto International Film Festival has become synonymous not just with marathon movie-viewing but with obsessive star-spotting, it's fitting that this year's juiciest behind-the-scenes story had to do with where you did or didn't look.

Halfway through the festival, which wrapped up Sunday after a 10-day run, reports surfaced about an incident involving Madonna as she headed into a press conference for her new film 'W.E.' Representatives of the pop-superstar-turned-terrible-
actress-turned-iffy-movie-director allegedly insisted TIFF volunteers face the wall as Madonna walked past, so the non-famous volunteers wouldn't disturb her by ogling.