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Looking for fun March Break activities for the family? TIFF presents family- and youth-focused activities and screenings including TIFF Kids Classics: Wizards, Witches and Wagic! and week-long March Break Camps for ages 8 to 14. Parents can play along too in TIFF’s award-winning exhibition digiPlaySpace™, which opened on February 18 and runs til April 23.

March Break Camp registrations and tickets for digiPlaySpace are on sale now. Entry to digiPlaySpace is $11 for weekday admission and $13 for weekend admission - TIFF members play for free.

See below for full March Break programming information:

TIFF Kids Classics — March 11 to March 19
Families will enter the worlds of witches, wizards and magic during March Break with perennial favorites such as Victor Fleming’s Technicolor extravaganza The Wizard of Oz (1939); Wolfgang Petersen’s The NeverEnding Story (1984); Jim Henson & Frank Oz’ s Tolkien-esque fairy tale The Dark Crystal (1982); Chris Columbus’s Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (2001); and a digital 3D presentation of Martin Scorsese’s Hugo (2011).

Schedule and Tickets:

digiPlaySpace — February 18 to April 23
The award-winning digiPlaySpace exhibition returns for an extended nine weeks. At digiPlaySpace, kids, families and educators will discover a curated, interactive playground that includes multi-player installations and learning-centric videogames, robotics, mobile apps, green screen escapades and hands-on activities from acclaimed Canadian and international new media artists. With 23 installations from eight countries, digiPlaySpace showcases the evolution of play in the 21st century. Visitors can collaborate with friends and family to inspire creativity through playful, innovative, and educational installations!

Schedule and Tickets:

March Break Camps — March 13 to March 17
Film FUN-damentals
In this March Break program, campers will explore several facets of the filmmaking process. Each day campers will have the opportunity to engage with artist facilitators as they learn skills related to live-action filmmaking, stop-motion animation, Foley and special effects makeup. The campers will also get to experience the latest new-media technologies when they tour digiPlaySpace! Runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 8–10.

Maker/Creator Camp
Back by popular demand! Maker/Creator Camp involves a variety of hands-on workshops that allow campers the chance to experiment with game design, basic robotics, and DIY projects using "maker" technology. During a week of facilitated activities, campers will engage with old and new media, including an opportunity to interact with digiPlaySpace and get an in-depth look at how its cutting-edge attractions were created. Runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 11–14.
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