TIFF Cinematheque | Winter 2016
On the Road: The Films of Wim Wenders
January 28 – March 6
This essential retrospective devoted to one of the giants of the New German Cinema features new digital restorations of Wenders' essential early works.
Wim’s Films: American Friends & Foreign Influences
January 30 – March 17
This sidebar series to our Wim Wenders retrospective features some of the German auteur's favourite films, ranging from road movies and noirs to venerated classics and films maudits.
TIFF Cinematheque Special Screenings: Winter 2016
January 28 – April 7
A glorious new restoration of Luchino Visconti's neorealist masterpiece Rocco and His Brothers headlines this edition of our seasonal series devoted to classics, favourites, rarities and recent restorations.
Canadian Open Vault: Winter 2016
February 7 & March 29
This season of our free showcase of Canadian classics features the beloved East Coast comedy New Waterford Girl and the harrowing addiction drama H.
The Free Screen: Winter 2016
February 9 – April 2
A programme of classics from the Austrian avant-garde kicks off this season of our free showcase of experimental film and video art, which also features the work of Toronto artist Willy Le Maitre and Lebanese video artist Akram Zaatari.
Post Mortem: Pablo Larraín’s Chile Trilogy
February 19 – 23
Chronicling the inception, rise, and demise of Augusto Pinochet's 17-year dictatorship in the director's home country, Pablo Larraín's Chile Trilogy announced the emergence of a major auteur.
The Wind Will Carry Us: The Films of Abbas Kiarostami
February 25 – April 3
TIFF Cinematheque salutes the Iranian master with this deluxe retrospective.
The Crisis of the Real: New Chinese Independent Documentaries
March 10 – April 1
A new generation of Chinese documentary filmmakers has been expanding the borders of the form while revealing previously unseen truths about their country.