Sunday, September 13, 2020

Lil' tiff - a quiet Toronto film festival

I tried to find the giant tiff sign that they used to put out on King Street West when they closed the road for the annual film festival and it was no where that I looked. Also missing were the huge amount of fans going from place to place to catch the stars. Instead the latest tiff is a small affair missed by fans and star chasers most of all. Here's to hoping that 2021 is a brighter year!

From their website "TIFF 2020: September 10–19. Our reimagined physical and digital Festival will feature exciting new films, talks, and interactive experiences. The 45th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival, taking place September 10–19, is tailored to fit the moment, with physical screenings and drive-ins, digital screenings, virtual red carpets, press conferences, and industry talks. This year’s selection comprises a lineup of 50 new feature films, five programmes of short films, as well as interactive talks, film cast reunions, and Q&As with cast and filmmakers."

tiff Bell Lightbox on King Street

You can find the drive-in movie or open-air screens around Toronto, some are down at Ontario Place or at Polson Pier. Theatre screenings at the Bell Lightbox now require facemasks, the optional wearing has been removed due to the public outcry.

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