The 2021 Toronto International Film Festival will be returning to an in-person event this fall, with over 100 Canadian and international films to be featured as part of the festival's Official Selection. The festival will run from September 9-18, with the accompanying Industry Conference taking place from September 10-14.
In-person screenings at TIFF Bell Lightbox, Roy Thomson Hall, the Visa Screening Room at the Princess of Wales Theatre, and Festival Village at the iconic Ontario Place punctuate this year’s festival. Festival Village at Ontario Place comprises the Cinesphere IMAX Theatre, Visa Skyline Drive-in, RBC Lakeside Drive-In, and the West Island Open Air Cinema. TIFF 2021 highlights also include screenings across Canada, and the return of the digital TIFF Bell Lightbox and TIFF Bell Digital Talks platforms.
The festival’s public digital experience will offer film screenings on digital TIFF Bell Lightbox available across Canada. In Conversation With... talks and interactive Q&A sessions with actors and creators will be hosted on TIFF Bell Digital Talks, available worldwide. To increase the accessibility of the festival, all films screened digitally will be closed-captioned.
Several ticket options are available to audiences, from single film tickets for in-person screenings to packages for digital film screenings that allow access for up to 20 digital films. Digital ticket package sales start June 30 for TIFF’s Contributors Circle Members, and all details are available at tiff.net/tickets.
Industry registration for this year’s festival and Industry Conference will open on June 25. More information can be found at tiff.net/industry-accreditation.
For further info, contact TIFF: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.tiff.net.