TIFF 2020 September 10–19
Plan your Festival
Get your highlighters ready — the TIFF 2020 schedule is locked
Preview the films, events, and virtual talks that’ll keep you busy at the 45th Toronto International Film Festival, September 10–19. You can also check out this year’s digital programme guide here. Stay tuned to tiff.net for the latest updates.
Want to get Festival tickets before the public? Look out for your exclusive Insiders’ Day pre-sale access code in next Friday’s Weekly.
The Festival looks a little different this year. To find out more about key changes, on-sale dates, and digital film screenings, go here.
|In Conversation With…|
|Our series of can’t-miss virtual talks (available world-wide) features Halle Berry, Saoirse Ronan, Ava DuVernay, and a conversation between masters Claire Denis and Barry Jenkins that’s been years in the making.|
All live presentations of In Conversation With… hosted on the Festival’s online talks platform, Bell Digital Talks will be free for Members around the world! TIFF Members can redeem their complimentary tickets during thier Member pre-sale.
|Radical women fighting for equality in the electronic dance music industry, a reggaeton superstar, a culinary treasure hunt for truffles, and a family-friendly feature debut from actor-director David Oyelowo make up TIFF’s globe-trotting lineup of Special Events.|
|Planet Africa 25|
|Launched in 1995 for a decade-long run at the Festival, Planet Africa brought together films from across the African continent and diaspora to showcase Black creativity. Now, in the age of Black Lives Matter, we continue to celebrate the voices that this programme first amplified 25 years ago with screenings of 40 Years A Prisoner, Akilla’s Escape, Downstream to Kinshasa, and The Way I See It.|
|Best of TIFF Reunions presented by Bell|
|Join them as they reunite key members of cast and crew from iconic past TIFF films! They’re marking movie milestones, including a 4K drive-in screening of Stanley Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket; Darren Aronofsky’s dark drama Requiem for a Dream; and the first-ever TIFF People’s Choice Award winner back in 1978, Girlfriends.|
Watch the conversations online for free on the Festival’s online talks platform, Bell Digital Talks, and catch the films afterwards on Crave.
September 11 6pm
In Conversation With… Halle Berry
The star looks back on more than 30 years of groundbreaking work
|The Oscar-winning actor, producer, and director joins us to discuss her celebrated career, from Jungle Fever to Monster’s Ball to Bruised —her directorial debut premiering at this year’s Festival.|
This virtual event is free and available worldwide as part of TIFF’s Share Her Journey initiative in support of women in film.