Special Events


Full Next Wave Schedule

Thursday, February 15

Friday, February 16
7:00pm
90 minutes
9:00pm
2 hours

A Kid From Somewhere

Attack the Block

Saturday, February 17
12:00pm
Movie Marathon: Bend It Like Beckham
112 mins
2:30pm
Movie Marathon: Bring It On
98 mins
4:00pm
76 mins
6:15pm
Movie Marathon: Dazed And Confused
102 mins
8:30pm
Movie Marathon: Attack The Block
98 mins
9:30pm
90 mins
10:00pm
Movie Marathon: Paris Is Burning
71 mins

Thoroughbreds

Person to Person

Sunday, February 18
2:45pm
75 mins
4:15pm
87 mins
5:00pm
81 mins
5:15pm
90 mins
7:30pm
106 mins
7:45pm
71 mins
8:45pm
130 mins
10:00pm
94 mins

Bad Genius

High Fantasy


Tickets

Tickets for all films and events go on sale January 17, with an exclusive pre-sale for TIFF Members on January 10. Prices include all taxes and fees.

Regular Screenings,
Movie Marathon
Under 25:
FREE
Adult:
$14
Senior:
$11.50
Battle of the Scores +
Opening Night Party,
Special Screenings
Under 25:
$11.50
Adult:
$14
Senior:
$11.50
In Conversation With...
Under 25:
$11.50
Adult:
$23.75
Senior:
$23.75
24-Hour Film Challenge
Under 25:
$40
Young Creators Co-Lab
Under 25:
$15 (Full Day Pass)
$5 (Drop-in Class) — RUSH
Get Tickets

Can't commit to a full day of Co-Lab? Young creators can drop in to a single session for just $5. Rush Co-Lab Drop-in tickets are sold 10 minutes before the start of the session — first come, first served.

Are you a post-secondary student over 25 years old? Bring your student ID to score the Senior price on all tickets. A bonus: you get the Under 25 discount on In Conversation With... events!




Meet the Committee

Founded in 2010, the TIFF Next Wave Committee is a group of twelve students ranging in age from 15 to 18 and selected from a competitive pool of hopeful young film enthusiasts. Hailing from specialized arts institutions, public schools and private schools across the GTA, the Committee members’ tastes, opinions and critical voices are as diverse as they are strong. Some are aspiring filmmakers, writers and actors; some are interested in learning the business of film and festivals; some like planning cultural events; and some just love movies. All have demonstrated a spirit that has impressed TIFF leaders.

With the guidance of TIFF staff, the Committee is charged with planning some major teen-oriented events at TIFF Bell Lightbox, including the TIFF Next Wave Film Festival.

The TIFF Next Wave Committee is supported by the Slaight Family Foundation Learning Fund.

Next Wave Year-round

Film Club

Want more Next Wave after the Festival? We've got you. Film Club meets monthly with industry guests, filmmakers, and film lovers for secret screenings and more. For free!

Jump Cuts

Get to see your own short film on the big screen at TIFF Bell Lightbox with Jumpcuts, a showcase for Ontario filmmakers in grades 9-12.

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