Toronto International Film Festival 2011
Toronto it's almost that time of year again. The city is buzzing, actors are spotted all over town, the best new films are introduced to the world, and Toronto takes centre stage. The Toronto International Film Festival’s Industry Programmes continue to develop and support the film industry, both at home and around the world, through innovative networking and career-development initiatives. The 2011 TIFF Industry programming lineup presents diverse sessions that explore the hard work, innovation, and creativite process behind the films.
The 36th Annual Toronto Film festival is proud to announce 14 WORLD PREMIER films to screen, 20 GALAS, and 17 SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS. The star appearances continue to grow each year with Madonna, Brad Pitt, Olivia Wilde, Nicolas Cage, Rachel Weisz, U2, Clive Owen, Robert De Niro and more to make appearance.
Dates to Remember...
Ticket Packages are on sale TODAY.
Film Schedule and programme book available Tuesday August 23rd.
Single Tickets are available on Saturday September 3rd36th Annual Toronto Film Festivals begins Thursday September 8-18th
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TIFF’s year-round home, TIFF Bell Lightbox, will host public screenings as well as press and industry screenings. For the 17th year, the Festival is pleased to partner with Roy Thomson Hall as it hosts Opening Night, Closing Night and Gala Presentations. The Visa Screening Room, located at the Elgin Theatre, once again hosts screenings and red carpets. New this year, the Princess of Wales Theatre hosts screenings and red carpets. Returning cinemas include: AMC 24 at Yonge & Dundas, the Isabel Bader Theatre at Victoria College at UFT, the Winter Garden Theatre, Jackman Hall (AGO), and Ryerson Theatre at Ryerson University. Scotiabank Theatre Toronto returns for public, press and industry screenings.
Lead sponsor for the year's fest is Bell (of course!), and RBC & Blackberry.