Hollywood is making its displeasure with Donald Trump known by blackballing one of the hotels that bears his name. With the Toronto International Film Festival less than a month away, the city’s Trump International Hotel is hemorrhaging Hollywood business.

Interest in hosting festival events has fallen off, and the hotel — which is not actually owned by Trump — is losing functions it had already booked, one individual familiar with the exodus told TheWrap.

Though the hotels are not personally owned by the Republican candidate and his family, Donald and his children Ivanka, Eric and Donald Jr. do license and manage them.

Caterers like Oliver & Bonacini, which operates the fine dining restaurant America on the 31st floor of the hotel, have been looking to dissolve their agreements over the party cancellations, the insider said.

Those interested in throwing events at the Trump (often film companies and corporate sponsors on the yearlong festival circuit) were also said to be worried about a celebrity drought at the space. A-listers bring media attention which brings promotion for their hosts.

Last year, luminaries like Taylor Swift bestie Karlie Kloss showed to the hotel for a TIFF kick-off hosted by L’Oreal Paris. The year prior, the Creative Coalition hosted their Spotlight Initiative Awards Dinner at the Trump, drawing Dustin Hoffman, Josh Lucas and Eddie Izzard.

A spokesperson for the hotel said, “Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto continues to exceed expectations across a variety of metrics, including market share, group bookings, and reservations volume. In fact, the hotel is having its most profitable year since opening.”

Oliver & Bonacini did not return TheWrap’s request for comment.

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