Each September, the Toronto International Film Festival screens more than 300 films from over 60 countries, drawing in an estimated 400,000 attendees. The public film festival features movies from all genres in cinema, including Hollywood blockbusters, homegrown comedies, indie movies and foreign films. Considered to be one of the most esteemed film festivals alongside the revered Cannes Film Festival, TIFF is known for its ability to generate Academy Award buzz.
When is the Toronto Film Festival?
The 41st annual TIFF runs Thursday, September 8, 2016 to Sunday, September 18, 2016.
Where is the Toronto Film Festival?
The festival takes place at various venues in Toronto, Canada.
How do I get tickets?
Buy tickets at the official festival website.
Toronto Film Festival 2016
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Don Jon, Blue Is the Warmest Color, Jarmusch and sex
Our first day at the fest has sex on the brain, generously onscreen, and long after the love is gone.
12 Years a Slave
We review the festival's first sensation, a triumph from director Steve McQueen.
Q&A: Enough Said's Julia-Louis Dreyfus
The Seinfeld star talks about comic humiliation and working with James Gandolfini.
Dallas Buyers Club, Supermensch, Prisoners
Hustlers play the odds in three studies of brinkmanship.
Toronto Film Festival 2012
Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master
Read our first impressions after the official North American premiere.
Stories We Tell, Anna Karenina, Silver Linings Playbook
David O. Russell and Sarah Polley connect as the fest heats up.
Cloud Atlas, Passion, Spring Breakers
The fest yields a cornucopia of crazy from the Wachowskis and Brian De Palma.
Toronto International Film Festival halftime report
Ambition and go-for-broke nuttiness mark the 2012 edition.
Toronto Film Festival 2011
A preamble: the eight films we're most excited about
From a schedule aching with choices, here's what's unmissable.
Werner Herzog, David Cronenberg and heaviness
Yes, we're chastising a therapy movie for being too talky.
Take This Waltz, Damsels in Distress and more
Director Sarah Polley is still a shaper of fine performances.
Steve McQueen's Shame, a new NYC classic
And then, like that, Toronto offers up a title that makes attendance so rewarding.