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New Releases

The Little Hours
Directed by Jeff Baena

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The Women's Balcony
Directed by Emil Ben Shimon

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A Ghost Story
Directed by David Lowery

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Lady Macbeth
Directed by William Oldroyd

Opens July 28

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The Trip to Spain
Directed by Michael Winterbottom

Opens August 8

Tickets on sale:
TIFF Members - July 26
Non-Members - July 27

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TIFF Cinematheque

Something in the Air: The Cinema of Olivier Assayas

June 22 — August 20

Now reaching a new level of international prominence thanks to his recent collaborations with Kristen Stewart (Personal Shopper), the brilliant French cineaste has built a stylish and diverse body of work on such subjects as youthful revolt, political terrorism, corporate intrigue and filmmaking itself.


Panique: French Crime Classics

July 6 — September 3

Spend your summer in the company of hired killers, femmes fatales, mad scientists and other shady characters with this stellar collection of classic crime films, several in new or restored prints.


Army of Shadows: The Films of Jean-Pierre Melville

June 29 — August 13

A massive retrospective devoted to the French master of crime cinema, whose strikingly stylized hard-boiled thrillers were a powerful influence on Jean-Luc Godard, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino and John Woo.


Kathryn Bigelow: On the Edge

From July 21 — August 15

One of Warner Bros.’ top stars in the 1940s, Ida Lupino moved behind the camera as an independent director-writer-producer to create a series of bold, challenging films on then-taboo subjects.


Ida Lupino: Independent Woman

August 4 — September 2

One of Warner Bros.’ top stars in the 1940s, Ida Lupino moved behind the camera as an independent director-writer-producer to create a series of bold, challenging films on then-taboo subjects.


Special Screenings

Martin Scorsese, Robert Bresson, Josef von Sternberg, Marcel Pagnol, David Fincher, Lena Dunham, and Rudy Ray Moore (!) are just a few of the auteurs celebrated in our seasonal programme of classics, favourites, rarities, and recent restorations.


Aabiziingwashi (Wide Awake/Unable to Sleep)

Running throughout our nation's Sesquicentennial year, this ambitious series pairs film screenings with accompanying talks by subject-matter experts to transform the Cinematheque into a forum for ideas, discussion, and debate.


Short Cuts

Our ongoing showcase of the best short films continues with Our Digital Lives, an exploration of how technology has changed the way that we experience the world.


Wavelengths

Formerly The Free Screen and now taking the name of the Festival's acclaimed annual programme, our year-round series of experimental film and video art spotlights Robert Breer, Trinh T. Minh-ha, and the work of Toronto's Funnel Film Collective this season.

Thanks to the Canadian Film Institute; Aimée Mitchell, CFMDC; Eleni Gioti, Light Cone.


Canada on Screen

Beginning in January and running throughout the year, this free programme will present moving-image installations, special events and guests, an extensive online catalogue, and screenings across the country, all based on a list of 150 essential moving-image works from Canada’s history.

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Screenings with Talks

Reel Talk: Sneak Preview

Secret screenings — Tickets on sale now!

Be the first to see some of the year's most exciting new films! Reel Talk: Sneak Preview showcases the best English-language cinema of the year, from Hollywood galas to small-budget indies, and art-house dramas to homegrown documentaries.


Reel Talk: Contemporary World Cinema

Secret screenings — Tickets on sale now!

Reel Talk: Contemporary World Cinema provides a global snapshot of the best cinema from around the world, with a focus on non-English-language, art-house films that may not see wide release.


Books on Film

Returning Spring 2018

Book and film lovers come together to examine the art of adaptation.


Food on Film

Returning Spring 2018

Bite into the best of culinary cinema with a mix of chefs, food experts, and film lovers.


Higher Learning

Returning Fall 2017

A free programme that provides Canadian post-secondary students a forum in which to examine the moving image from a wide range of approaches and disciplines.


Seniors' Film Fridays

Returning Fall 2017

Seniors' Film Fridays aims to engage seniors through targeted outreach to seniors' residences, associations, and community groups across the Greater Toronto Area. If you represent a seniors' group and would like to learn more about this programme, please contact toursandtalks@tiff.net.

Seniors' Film Fridays is funded in part by the Government of Canada’s New Horizons for Seniors Program.

Film Talks

Join us for free Film Talks offered weekly after select screenings. Like a film club, these volunteer-facilitated talks offer an opportunity for visitors to share and engage in conversation with fellow film enthusiasts.

Please check back soon for more Film Talk announcements!

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