Film Screenings

Educator Booking Inquiry Form

For all film screenings, one complimentary supervisor ticket is provided for every 10 paid student tickets.

Screenings

$9 7 ‐ 12

September-June, Tuesday-Friday

TIFF offers school group screenings of newly released films and much-loved classics. Educators can create a custom screening that works best for classes by requesting the film and date of their choice. English, French and subtitled films can be screened. For greatest flexibility, please contact us at least four weeks in advance of your desired screening date.

All bookings are subject to availability. All screenings start at 10AM. Minimum 30 people.

Reel Injun

$9 7 ‐ 12

September-June, Tues-Thurs

Reel Injun is a documentary that traces the evolution of cinema’s depiction of First Nations people from the silent film era to today, with clips from hundreds of classic and recent Hollywood movies, and candid interviews with celebrated Indigenous and non-Indigenous film celebrities, activists, film critics and historians, including film expert, Jesse Wente.

All bookings are subject to availability. All screenings start at 10AM. Minimum 30 people.

Spring Forward Film Programme

Educator Booking Inquiry Form

In anticipation of the TIFF Kids International Film Festival, school groups can screen past festival favourites and take in a tour of the award winning children’s interactive exhibition, digiPlaySpace.

Films are tied to the Ontario Curriculum by an accompanying teacher resource.

$9 per person. $15 per person for film-and-digiPlaySpace combo

Me Up Front: Shorts Programme

Recommended Grades: Senior Kindergarten to Grade 3

Sometimes it takes a friend to solve a problem or realize ones’ potential. It’s only when we’re encouraged by those around us that we realize the true value of being ourselves.

Screening Dates: All screenings will start at 11:00 AM


February 20, 28
March 29
April 10, 28

Into the Rainbow

Recommended Grades: Grade 5 to Grade 8

Two young girls in New Zealand find themselves transported to China through the magical energy of a rainbow, in this colourful and action-packed 3D adventure.

Screening Dates: All screenings will start at 11:00 AM


February 21
March 1
April 3, 11, 19

Heartstrings

Recommended Grades: Grade 6 to Grade 8

A talented 12-year-old cellist, who is concealing the fact that she suffers from a degenerative eye disease, struggles to keep her affliction secret so that she can finish the school year and audition for a prestigious music academy.

Screening Dates: All screenings will start at 11:00 AM


February 22
March 27
April 4, 12

Not Without Us

Recommended Grades: Grade 5 to Grade 8

Sigrid Klausmann’s thought-provoking and inspiring documentary follows seven children from five continents as they travel to school by foot, bike, boat, bus, subway, donkey, and skateboard, revealing those common values, hopes and dreams that cross cultures.

Screening Dates: All screenings will start at 11:00 AM


February 27
March 28
April 5, 17

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