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DriveInTO with TIFF: Gully Boy

(Hip-)hop in your car and join us

Bollywood meets battle rap at this free drive-in screening of director Zoya Akhtar’s award-winning drama about a street rapper’s rise from the slums of Mumbai, presented with the City of Toronto at Ontario Place. Featuring a pre-recorded intro from Akhtar.

Missed your chance at a ticket for Gully Boy? Join them at one of their drive-in screenings at TIFF 2020.

TIFF 2020

What will you watch?

Pick from premieres, primetime programs, petrifying pictures, and more

Special Presentations
Viggo Mortensen’s directorial debut (Falling), a family drama from award-winning filmmaker Naomi Kawase (True Mothers), and Naomi Watts in a touching true story (Penguin Bloom) are just a few of our high-profile premieres.
From Northern Iran (180° Rule), to a remote Georgian village (Beginning), to printemps à Paris (Spring Blossom), find the future of world cinema at this year’s Festival.
Big stories for the small screen, like the melding of myth, magic, and monsters in Indigenous teen drama Trickster; Jude Law and Naomie Harris’ island adventure, The Third Day; and acclaimed director Mira Nair’s Festival-closing series, A Suitable Boy.
Midnight Madness
Watch late-night horror in your housecoat with zombie mutants and martial arts in Get the Hell Out; the disturbing domestic psychodrama Violation; and Chloë Grace Moretz piloting Shadow In The Cloud to terrifying heights.

Full schedule announced Tuesday, August 25!