Toronto International Film Festival

TIFF

40th edition

Sep 08 - Sep 18, 2017
Estimated
Toronto, Canada

Open Call Open to Public Competitive Market Special Fees

Festival type Real Venue Festival
Types of films Documentary, Narrative fiction
Film length Full length, Short

Mission / description The Toronto International Film Festival is the leading public film festival in the world, screening more than 300 films from 60+ countries every September.
Our programmers have earned a reputation for excellence, and a diverse array of films are shown: Hollywood galas, complete with red carpet glamour; the best in international cinema, the latest homegrown comedies… and everything in between. full text less text

Festival website tiff.net/thefestival

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Rating Summary

Overall

4.35
Atmosphere / Experience
3.9
/ 5
3 3 0 2 0
Industry Connectivity
4.3
/ 5
5 2 0 0 1
Quality of films
4.4
/ 5
5 1 2 0 0
Quality of screening
4.4
/ 5
5 1 2 0 0
Value for money
3.9
/ 5
3 1 4 0 0
Service/Guest Relations
4.0
/ 5
2 4 2 0 0
Special Activities
3.8
/ 5
2 2 4 0 0

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Harlan-Whatley attended as a guest in 2005

5.0
/ 5

A great festival with many world premieres. A lot of actors and directors attend the festival. Harlan Last Year

muratakser attended as a guest in 2011

5.0
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No additional comment Murat Around 3 years ago

goeastfilm attended as a guest in 2007

3.0
/ 5

No additional comment Tony Around 3 years ago

goeastfilm attended as a guest in 2007

3.0
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No additional comment Tony Around 3 years ago

LaDistrib attended with Plage de Sable in 2014

4.0
/ 5

The conferences are available online, as well as some of the selected films. That's definitely a plus to make the most of your time there. Marie Around 3 years ago

grassfirefilms attended with When You Sleep in 2012

5.0
/ 5

No additional comment Nelson Around 4 years ago

carlosjinks attended as a guest in 2012

5.0
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No additional comment carlosjinks Around 4 years ago

jmcnally attended as a guest in 2011

4.0
/ 5

I've attended as a film lover since 1995 and although the organization remains very professional, ticket prices continue to rise sharply. The Bell Lightbox opened this past year and although a great venue for watching films, I've been told by others that it's not suitable as a venue for press conferences or other larger industry events. James Around 6 years ago