We hope you had a great Festival and look forward to seeing you in Toronto in 2023. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Early-bird: $415 | Regular: $490 | Onsite: $570
Ideal for emerging players who’d like to be creatively inspired and learn more about the business side of the industry. Access to Industry venues and our Happy Hours is included.
Suitable for filmmakers, students, and early-career film professionals.
Early-bird: $615 | Regular: $715 | Onsite: $825
Ideal for professionals. Provides fluid access to Press & Industry screenings, the Industry Centre, and the Industry Conference.
Suitable for more experienced filmmakers and academics, as well as for film professionals facilitating business at the Festival, such as film buyers, producers, and distributors.
Early-bird: $765 | Regular: $885 | Onsite: $1,015
Suitable for those who must screen an extensive amount of content for the purposes of sales, acquisitions, financing, exhibition, or film festival programming.
Regular: $730 | Onsite: $860
Exclusively for producers and sales agents representing films in Official Selection.
Early-bird: $870 | Regular: $985 | Onsite: $1,155
Exclusively for active buyers and acquisition executives with a proven track of acquisitions.
September 6–11: 8am–8pm
September 12–16: 8am–6pm
September 17: 8am–12pm
A very limited number of films in Official Selection will be available to watch on digital.tiff.net across Canada. There will be no virtual Industry programming – we’re excited to welcome industry professionals back to Toronto for an unmissable, in-person Festival experience!
A cornerstone of TIFF's belief system is that everyone has the right to respect, and to fair and equitable treatment from others. TIFF does not tolerate violence, mistreatment or harassment — verbal, physical, sexual, or otherwise — toward staff, Volunteers, delegates, audience members, or attendees at any of our festivals, conferences, or events. Our staff and Volunteers are committed to ensuring the best possible experience for all our attendees. If the safety of any of our guests is in question, we will take immediate steps to ensure the matter is addressed.
For a speedier process, we recommend paying by credit card or debit card. In some cases, you will need to authorize the transaction with your bank before sending payment. If your payment fails, do not create a new registration — our system has saved your progress and we can help you get back on track. Please contact email@example.com for this and any other payment questions. TIFF prefers Visa.
Once you’ve purchased a pass, we review the details provided on your form. If you qualify for the pass that you’ve selected, we will process your payment and send a confirmation letter. If not, we will recommend a different way of exploring the Festival, like purchasing public tickets. Be sure to complete your registration form with as many details as possible. If we require more information, we will contact you.
Our accreditation process takes up to four business days. If you do not receive a confirmation after that time, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Ensure that our email address is added to your contacts so important messages aren't blocked by Spam filters.
As a registered delegate, you have access to online resources, including our Delegates List, and networking tools. The 2022 Delegate Resources can be found here, and login information can be found in your accreditation confirmation email.
The schedule for the TIFF Industry Conference, taking place September 9–13, will be announced on August 10. Join some of the industry’s biggest names for provocative discussions and presentations.
Films in Official Selection are eligible for one complimentary Film Rep Pass for the producer and one complimentary Film Rep Pass for the sales agent. These passes are not transferable and there is a maximum of three passes per sales agency. If you are part of the crew, please contact email@example.com. If you are part of the cast, please contact your Film Coordinator.
TIFF has an “unofficial market” with a unique business model. Although, we do not offer traditional exhibitor opportunities we do invite National Agencies and their sales agents to spotlight their national cinema at our Industry Centre, located at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in the form of a Stand. Agencies may showcase and promote films in selection, presentations, and talent from their region to maximize their visibility to the North American market.
Yes. Market screening slots are available throughout the Festival and open to films both in and out of Official Selection. Companies will have the opportunity to book in person market screening slots until August 24. For details, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Delegate List outlines all industry professionals attending the Festival. This is a useful resource only available for registered delegates to help them identify people they would like to meet. The Delegate List is available through our online Delegate Resources portal, and login information can be found in your accreditation confirmation email.
Students and scholars can access our Industry Conference at a discounted rate of $250 CAD + tax (regular rate: $490 + tax).
To access the student & scholar discount for the Conference Pass, please send the following details with your request to email@example.com:
Cinando is an online database of film professionals, companies, and film projects providing professional networking and streaming service for film industry personnel and companies.
Our early-bird pricing for Industry registration closes July 6.
Pre-Festival registration closes August 26.
Registration will reopen onsite at the Industry Centre on September 6.
The P&I Schedule will be available online and in CSV (Excel) form by August 24. Our registered delegates will receive a link to this resource as soon as it becomes available.
Industry accreditation is intended for film professionals who have been active in the film industry over the past two years. Our resources are primarily geared toward those operating as producers, sales agents, distributors, exhibitors, talent agents, and writer-directors.
If you are a newcomer to the film industry (under two years of professional experience), a scholar, and/or a student, we recommend our Conference Pass.
We are happy to accommodate Industry pass holders with accessibility needs. During the Festival, some of our films will have closed-captioning or descriptive sound available. Open-captioning will be offered on screen in real-time for our talks and events.
ASL sign language is available on-demand for our Industry delegates. Industry delegates requiring assistance can contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional information about accessibility at public screenings and events, please visit the Accessibility section of TIFF Helps. Members of the public with accessibility questions should contact Customer Relations at email@example.com or visit TIFF Helps for more information.
Help us continue to support emerging and diverse talent by donating a pass and providing them with access to the Festival’s Industry Conference, Press & Industry screenings, and networking tools. Since 2020, we’ve supported almost 600 creators in collaboration with community organizations and partners. Industry leaders like you can support this initiative here.
For the most recent information about travelling to the Festival, including required documentation, entry into Canada, vaccination status, and general travel tips, please visit the Travelling to Festival section of TIFF Helps. If you have further questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With the support of a generous donor, Kids & Company is offering child-care services for a discounted rate of $40 per day. Child care will be available at any of our downtown Toronto locations Monday–Friday, 7am–6pm. For the weekend of September 7–8, we will be opening our Front Street location specifically for TIFF families. Click here for more information and to request child care.
Our family spaces will also return to TIFF venues for this year’s Festival if you need a quiet spot away from the bustle with your child. Find our family spaces in multiple locations, including on the lower level of the Industry Centre, based at the Hyatt Regency Hotel; and at the home of the Industry Conference, the Glenn Gould Studio.
Toronto is home to a vast multicultural population and faith-based communities with many places of worship located downtown Toronto and throughout the city. Our friends at Destination Toronto suggest this list of places of worship in the city. For non-theists or secularists, Humanist Canada provides information and a searchable group map.
For community and health services, we recommend starting with the following resources:
If you’re not close to your office, home, or hotel during the Festival, and are looking for a spot to work, make a call, or have a meeting. Below are a few suggestions near TIFF Bell Lightbox.
Whatever you’re looking to accomplish, TIFF Industry is here to help you to organize your meetings and offer tools to keep in touch with your contacts after the event. Our experienced team has all of the resources you need to meet the right people and develop your business.
Accredited professionals have access to our full slate of screenings, including those in Official Selection, Industry Selects, and Market Screenings, as well as the Official Film Schedule and the Press & Industry Schedule. Other online resources, like the Delegates List, Rights List, and Profile Edit tools, can be found by logging in to your personalized account.
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Dive into our inspiring line-up of films in Official Selection. Discover TIFF Industry Selects, a hand-picked selection of films, and our Market Screening titles that have been invited to screen for press and industry as part of our Market Screening programme. These titles have our programmers’ seal of approval, and we’re bringing them to our press and industry audience in order to support their sale. Buyers, take note — you won’t want to miss these titles.
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Keep up with the rapidly changing film business with our action-packed series of conferences and events!
TIFF runs tailored professional development programmes to help talented filmmakers fast-track their careers and projects. The range on offer includes bespoke opportunities for writers, directors, and actors.
TIFF’s Talent Development programmes are supported in part by the Share Her Journey campaign, which is committed to increasing the participation, skills, and opportunities for women behind and in front of the camera.
Each year, 20 Canadian and international directors receive an exceptional professional development experience at the Toronto International Film Festival, and an introduction to the global community of filmmaking. Over a five-day period, participants have the opportunity to interact with and learn from internationally acclaimed filmmakers and guests.
Fellowships generously sponsored by Share Her Journey and For the Love of Film donors ensure that programme participants are given additional financial support to help them fulfill their creative vision.
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A programme for women who are outstanding Canadian screenwriters has been established to elevate and support talent. The Residency is being generously supported by Toronto-based broadcaster, journalist, and actor Micki Moore.
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Writers’ Studio selects eight Canadian and international screenwriters to consolidate skills, exchange ideas, and develop scripts, all within a collaborative five-day intensive lab at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Participants take part in workshops, artist talks, table reads, peer-to-peer mentorship, and one-on-one project development with story consultants.
Alumni are invited to participate in the CHANEL Women Writers’ Network, which provides women and non-binary participants with ongoing script development support after the programme ends.
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Launching at the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival, the Series Accelerator programme is a one-day mentorship intensive that will offer tailored training for four Canadian series creator teams from underrepresented communities to refine their pitches and develop a business plan for their projects, with guidance from a pitch coach and industry professionals.
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Talent Accelerator provides six Canadian women creators with mentorship, support, and access to TIFF Industry programming year-round. Two directors are fast-tracked into spots at TIFF Filmmaker Lab, two writers are fast-tracked into spots at TIFF Writers’ Studio, and two producers are provided a travel stipend and industry accreditation to either the Sundance or Berlin Film Festivals.
Talent Accelerator participants are supported by Share Her Journey donors, including ongoing support from the RBC Women Creators’ Initiative.
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TIFF Rising Stars is part of our ongoing commitment to promoting Canadian and international cinema and talent on the world stage. This programme showcases new talent from all over the world, putting an emphasis on the next generation of actors poised for international success.
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