Toronto Film Festival

SEPTEMBER 8 – 18, 2016

Toronto International Film Festival

Held annually in September on the first Thursday following Canada’s Labor Day holiday, the Toronto International Film Festival runs for 11 days, attracting around 250,000 people.

Established in 1976 as the ‘Festival of Festivals’, TIFF has emerged as one of the most celebrated film festivals in the world along with Cannes, Berlin and Sundance. With a variety of ticket options available, and some of the most highly anticipated films being shown, including previous debut screenings of Blue Valentine in 2010, and most recently the 2011 Winnie Mandela biopic starring Jennifer Hudson, the festival is the perfect event for any elite film lover. For the ultimate experience, TIFF offers a Patrons Circle Membership ranging from $1,200 to $10,000, giving guests exclusive access to exhibitions and private previews, as well as invitations to the Directors Cocktail Reception and other exciting events.

Kasia Stec, Manager, Annual Fund & Membership

+1 416 934 3211

Various movie theaters around the city