Screening for the first time at TIFF Cinematheque, Masaki Kobayashi’s monumental trilogy The Human Condition anchors our vast survey of Japanese cinematic classics.
The first Toronto retrospective in a decade devoted to the grand master of Italian cinema, whose career spanned from stunningly stark neorealism (La Terra Trema) to opulent historical epics (The Leopard).
Featuring several new 35mm prints created specifically for this touring retrospective, this series surveys the oeuvre of the influential Italian filmmaker whom Martin Scorsese called “one of the greatest artists of the 20th century.”
A spotlight on the comic genius who became one of the only female directors in ’70s Hollywood while serving as the go-to script doctor for such smash hits as Heaven Can Wait and Tootsie.
The ﬁrst comprehensive North American retrospective of the former matinee idol (once known as “the French James Dean”) who moved behind the camera to become one of the great unsung auteurs of French cinema.
A select retrospective of one of the most legendary on- and offscreen romantic pairings in Hollywood history, from their costarring debut in the classic romantic thriller To Have and Have Not to such solo triumphs as The Maltese Falcon and How to Marry a Millionaire.
A double retrospective of the British-born directors whose mutual debut with the notorious Mick Jagger–starring freakout Performance launched them on diverging but intriguingly mirrored cinematic paths.
With only two feature ﬁ lms and a handful of short works to his name, the Israeli ﬁlmmaker has already established himself as one of the most exciting young auteurs in international cinema.
The formally rigorous feature debut from Toronto ﬁlmmaker Antoine Bourges kicks off this season of our series dedicated to the world’s best, most challenging and most provocative new international cinema.
Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s rediscovered epic Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day is this season’s centrepiece of our ongoing series dedicated to classics, favourites, rarities and recent restorations.
Our free series of Canadian classics ranges from pot-fuelled political thrillers to rock ’n’ roll road movies and a devilishly hilarious take on the Faust myth relocated to the Rock.
From Marlon James, to James Ivory and Amma Asante — Spend quality time with your favourite authors, screenwriters, and filmmakers who love books (and book-to-film adaptations) as much as you do.
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Be the first to see some of the year's most exciting new films! Formerly known as Reel Talk: Sneak Preview, Secret Movie Club showcases the best of independent cinema before it hits Toronto theatres, from highly anticipated festival favourites, to small-budget indies, to the year’s most buzzworthy art-house films.
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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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seniors' Film Fridays is funded in part by the Government of Canada’s New Horizons for Seniors Program.
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