Tickets + Packages

  • Year-Round
  • Festival
  • Camps + Workshops
  • Industry Passes

Year-Round Tickets

For year-round programming at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Prices do not apply to The Toronto International Film Festival.

Get tickets by browsing our calendar, calling 1-888-599-8433 or visiting the Steve & Rashmi Gupta Box Office. TIFF prefers Visa.

 
Regular
3D, 70mm or Special Presentation
Premium
Adult
$14
$17
$23.75
Senior or Student
with valid ID
$11.50
$14
$19.25
Child
Ages 3-12
$10
$12
$17
Member - 365
$9.75
$12
$17
Member - Contributors Circle +
$6.50
$8
$11.50

* * Children under 3 are free.
Prices include HST and a $1 service fees for non-member priced tickets.

Organizing a group of 20+ people to see a film? Talk to the Box Office or email us at groupsales@tiff.net to receive discounted rates.

Festival Tickets + Packages

The Toronto International Film Festival takes place September 7–17, 2017. Check back in mid-May for updates on Festival tickets, on-sale dates and policies.

Camps + Workshops

Find out more about our youth programming

Ages 8-14
Members
Non-members
5-day camp
$297.50
$350
9-day camp
$535.50
$630
10-day camp
$595.00
$700
9-day camp
$535.50
$630
1-day workshop
$38.25
$45
2-day workshop
$76.50
$90
Ages 15-17
Members
Non-members
Film Leaders in Training
$849.15
$999

* Price includes HST.

Industry

TIFF Industry offers year-round professional development opportunities, fluid access to TIFF's film festivals and world class sales support to film industry professionals. Looking for pass options, delegate resources and more information about our professional development initiatives?

Explore the conference DISCOVER INDUSTRY

The Rules

Venue Policy

Seating is only guaranteed until 15 minutes before the scheduled start of the screening. If late seating is disruptive, latecomers will not be admitted. Late seating is at the discretion of the venue staff.

Our staff and volunteers are here to ensure the best possible Festival experience for all; TIFF Inc. will not tolerate mistreatment of any kind towards its staff or volunteers and will take measures accordingly. TIFF Inc. reserves the right to refuse admission and/​or expel from the premises, without refund, any person whose presence or conduct is deemed objectionable.

Rush tickets are subject to availability and are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis at the discretion of venue staff. Customers are limited to holding space in Rush lines for themselves and one other person. Please inform the Festival staff managing the Rush line if you are holding a place for another individual.

All electronic devices must be silenced and stowed away during public screenings. Bags are subject to inspection.

Please do not leave empty seats in the middle of the row; Rush seating is less disruptive to the audience if empty seats are available on the aisles. Seats cannot be saved. Due to venue fire codes, sitting in the aisles or standing at the back of the venue is not permitted.

All cinema and lobby areas will be cleared following each screening.

All films have been rated by the Ontario Film Review Board. Ticket-holders will be admitted to screenings in accordance with each film's classification. Please consult our film listing for ratings.

Film runtimes, as listed in the Official Film Schedule and the Festival Programme Book, represent the best available information at press time. Runtimes are approximate and don't include time for intros or Q&As. Screenings and schedules are subject to change without notice. Check the Official Film Schedule for the most up-to-date information.

All Festival venues are wheelchair accessible. If you require accessible or companion seating, or other accessibility services, please contact the Festival Box Office in advance by calling 416-599-8433 or 1-888-599-8433 (toll free) so that we can ensure your needs are met.

Cameras and recording devices are strictly prohibited during screenings. Screenings will be monitored for unauthorized recording. It is illegal to make a copy of a film or part of a film without permission of the copyright owner. Toronto International Film Festival Inc. (TIFF Inc.) reserves the right to undertake anti-piracy measures and eject any person who is recording or photographing without authorization from TIFF Inc., to confiscate pirated material, and to report any unauthorized recording to law enforcement, which may subject that person to criminal and civil liability.

TIFF Inc. reserves the right to film or record its events and activities for its own purposes. All media requests to shoot onstage activity must be pre-approved by the TIFF Communications Department.

Ticket Conditions of Sale

Tickets may not be resold. Tickets may not be used as prizes or contest giveaways, or for fundraising, promotional or advertising purposes, without express written consent from TIFF Inc. Such use or resale will invalidate tickets.

By using a ticket to enter a Festival venue, the ticket-holder agrees to being photographed, filmed or recorded in the event venue, and to the publication, reproduction, sales use, distribution and broadcast of all photographs, video or other recordings of the ticket-holder's voice or likeness without further notice or compensation in any publicity, advertisement or other publication carried out by, or on behalf of, TIFF Inc. in perpetuity in any manner and media whatsoever, including print, broadcast or digital.

By using a ticket to attend Festival screenings and events, the user waives and releases TIFF Inc. from all claims he/​she may have against TIFF Inc. for any loss, damage, injury, liability or expense he/​she may suffer, arising from his/​her presence at the event venue due to any reason whatsoever, including those arising from personal injury, property loss/​damage or death.

Recording Devices

Cameras and recording devices are strictly prohibited during screenings. Screenings will be monitored for unauthorized recording. It is illegal to make a copy of a film or part of a film without permission of the copyright owner. Toronto International Film Festival Inc. (“TIFF Inc.”) reserves the right to undertake anti-piracy measures and eject any person who is recording or photographing without authorization from TIFF Inc., to confiscate pirated material, and to report any unauthorized recording to law enforcement, which may subject that person to criminal and civil liability.

TIFF Inc. reserves the right to film or record its events and activities for its own purposes.

All electronic devices must be silenced and stowed away during public screenings. Bags are subject to inspection.

Staff and Volunteers

Our staff and volunteers are here to ensure the best possible experience for all; TIFF Inc. will not tolerate mistreatment of any kind towards its staff or volunteers and will take measures accordingly. TIFF Inc. reserves the right to refuse admission and/​or expel from the premises, without refund, any person whose presence or conduct is deemed objectionable.

Film Ratings

Standards for ratings of all of films and trailers screened at TIFF Bell Lightbox are set by the Ontario Film Authority (OFA). For film ratings, please consult the film listings on tiff.net. All questions and concerns regarding permanently rated titles can be directed to the OFA. A searchable list of titles can be found here. For titles whose certificates are not available through the OFA website, and for all TIFF Festival, TIFF Next Wave, TIFF Kids and Canada’s Top Ten ratings, please consult with the Steve & Rashmi Gupta Box Office, located at TIFF Bell Lightbox.