Industry Services
Promotional Opportunities

The Promotional Opportunities at the Industry Centre consist of National Promotional Agency stands, banner space, and bag sample. Promote your film to the right audience at TIFF.

National Promotional Agencies


In 2013, the landscape of our Industry Centre has changed as number of National Promotional Agency Stands increased considerably. The Industry Office, dedicated to creating a more inclusive hub, is proud to have hosted stands from the following agencies:

  • Istituto Luce Cinecitta
  • Swedish Film Institute
  • Norwegian Film Institute
  • Danish Film Institute
  • Icelandic Film Institute
  • Finnish Film Foundation
  • UniFrance Films
  • Spain Trade and Investment (ICEX)
  • German Films
  • Mexican Film Institute (IMCINE)
  • Instituto Nacional de Cine y Artes Audiovisuales (INCAA)
  • Greek Film Centre
  • CinemaChile
  • Russian Cinema Fund
  • UniJapan
  • Telefilm Canada
  • Ontario Media Development Corporation

If your national promotional agency is interested in leaving a mark in our Industry Centre, please email us at

Important note: Stands vary in price and are exclusively for national agencies that are representing at least one officially selected film.

Advertise in the Industry Centre


In 2013, there were 50,000 visits to the Industry Centre, representing 4,743 registered delegates, 1,200 members of the press, and the 280 directors and actors in attendance. Advertising your film in the Industry Centre guarantees that your film will be exposed to the right audience. Our advertising opportunities include:

Bag Samples ($3,000)
Reach out to delegates directly by placing your promotional material in the Industry bag that every delegate receives.

Banners ($1,500 – $4,500)
Choose from a selection of highly visible placements, in heavily trafficked areas of the Industry Centre or the Press & Industry screening venue (Scotiabank Theatre). Banners are available exclusively to promote films in the Official Selection.

For more information please contact:

Online Delegate Resources

The following online resources are exclusively available to registered Industry professionals. If you have registered and received your confirmation letter, you can use your personalized ID and password, listed in your letter, to login to the secured section of our website. You will see a login option in the top right-hand corner of your screen.

Cinando Membership


Cinando will once again be streaming titles from our Contemporary World Cinema and TIFF Docs programmes. Starting in mid-July, registered Industry delegates will start to receive email notifications from Cinando with information on how to access their six-month trial membership.


Festival Scope Membership


Festival Scope will once again be streaming titles from our Vanguard, Discovery and Wavelengths programmes. Registered Industry professionals can obtain access to these for free, for up to 30 days (beginning at the end of the Festival).

Festival Scope

Delegates Guide


The Delegates Guide is a detailed list of all registered Industry delegates attending the festival. The contact information listed is what the delegate agreed to publish.

Date Available: June 3

Delegates Search


The Delegates Search option is a tool that allows you to locate the online profiles of fellow Industry delegates who are also attending the Festival.

Date Available: June 3

Edit Profile


If any of your contact information changes after you have registered, please use the Profile Edit tool to update it. Your updates will be visible on your profile within two business days.

Date Available: June 3

Rights List


The Rights List provides a list of all of the films playing at TIFF 2013. It also includes additional information such as the film’s director, programme, runtime, page number in the programme book, as well as film tags/key words to describe the film. If applicable, the international sales agency representing the film, the contact information of a sales agent, and the available territories are also listed.

August 20 (Preview of Rights List), September 2 (Full Rights List)

Combined Public & Industry Schedule


The Combined Public & Industry Schedule is a malleable excel document that registered professionals can use to create their own personal schedule during the Festival. It includes lists of Public Screenings, Press & Industry Screenings, and Industry Programmes.

Date Available: August 20

Digital Programme Book


The Digital Programme Book is a watermarked copy of the Official Programme Book that delegates can load onto their portable device in advance of the Festival.

Date Available: Late August

Digital Industry Guide


The Digital Industry Guide is a copy of the Official Press & Industry Screening Schedule that delegates can load onto their portable device in advance of the Festival.

Date Available: Late August

Onsite Delegate Resources

Our Onsite Delegates resources are meant to make your Festival experience as productive as possible.

Press & Industry Screening library


The Press & Industry Screening Library is located on the third floor of TIFF Bell Lightbox in Learning Studio C. The space is ideal for registrants who may have missed a selected film Press & Industry and/or Public Screening. Not all selected films are available in the space. To find out which films are available registered professionals will have to head to the venue to see.

Xerox Business Centre


The Xerox Business Centre is located on the concourse level of the Hyatt Regency Hotel. It is a place where registered Industry professionals can print, fax, photocopy, and send business-related material.

Available: September 5th

Christie Buyers' Lounge


The Christie Buyers' Lounge is an exclusive space located in our main Press & Industry Screening (the Scotiabank Theatre) venue where Buyers' Pass holders can meet with Film Rep Pass holders in a relaxing environment.

Available: September 5

Message Centre


The TIFF Industry Registration Desk is a communications hub that can connect delegates with their peers and professionals through a mailbox service. Please note that all mailbox numbers are listed our Delegates Guide.

Available: September 3

Broker Corner


TIFF Industry consultants provide assistance to those producers and filmmakers who do not have sales agents representing their films in the Festival.

Available: Early August

Other Delegate Resources

Our Other Delegate Resources consists of VISA letter assistance for all registered professionals.

Visa Letters


Registered delegates in need of a travel visa to attend our Festival should email well in advance.

Contact Us

To learn more about our Promotional Opportunities please email our Locations Team at

To learn more about Online, Onsite and Other Delegate Resources, please email our Registration Team at You may also reach them by calling our Registration Hotline at 416-934-5834.