Enjoy regularly scheduled ongoing film programmes. Our variety of weekly, monthly, seasonal and subscription-based programming has something for every film lover.
September 2014 – March 2015
Reel Talk is the popular Sunday morning subscription series showcasing the best films from around the world. Part of the fun is the surprise: titles are not announced ahead of time, and many screenings are previews of films not yet released.
Tickets for the 2014/2015 season are on sale now.
October – December
Following the launch of Short Cuts International at this year's Toronto International Film Festival, our new monthly series brings Toronto audiences the best Canadian and international short films all year round!
Wes Craven: Dreams, Screams & Nightmares
October 3 – October 21
Wes Craven, Master of the Macabre and Father of Freddy, receives a TIFF tribute with this series that includes the modern horror classics A Nightmare on Elm Street, The Hills Have Eyes and Scream.
Back to the '90s
October 10 – December 26
There are no cruel intentions behind this series of '90s favourites, so just sit back, pump up the volume, and let's get clueless. We can't hardly wait for it.
TIFF in the Park
This fall, our series of free outdoor screenings continues with our final event of the year at Evergreen Brickworks.
Mel Brooks: It's Good to Be the King
November 15 – December 20
May the Schwartz be with you as we pay tribute to the madcap maestro of silver-screen spoofery.
Van Damme vs. Seagal
November 11, 2014 – January 13, 2015
The first edition of our knock-down, drag-out audience-participation series Versus pits two titans of the action genre against each other for a high-kicking, forearm-snapping, ponytail-pulling fight to the finish.
TIFF Kids Family Fridays
November 14 & December 5
To celebrate this season's release of Studio Ghibli's The Tale of The Princess Kaguya, we present four classics from the legendary Japanese animation studio on scheduled Toronto District School Board PA Days.
Next season begins Winter 2015
Books on Film: This series welcomes filmmakers, authors and experts to discuss the art of adaptation.
Food on Film: Chefs, food experts and film lovers come together to enjoy the best in culinary cinema.