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Sarah Polley on Sally Potter's Orlando

“I was just so captivated by Sally Potter’s ability to make these paintings — these moving paintings. I had never seen that before… It said the imagination is endless. Everything is possible.”

Celebrate the New Year With TIFF Cinematheque’s Winter Programming

Start crafting your 2023 watchlist with films like Boys N The Hood, Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du commerce, 1080 bruxelles, Brief Encounter, Kiki’s Delivery Service, and more. Launching January 6, TIFF Cinematheque’s winter programming dives into a retrospective of Delphine Seyrig’s intersectional feminism-inspired career, explores New Black Realism in the ‘90s, and bids adieu to TIFF Senior Programmer Steve Gravestock in his final series. 

Remembering Visionary Director Jeff Barnaby

"If somebody likes the gore, then maybe they'll watch it enough [to] get all the references. Next thing you know, you're understanding your fellow Native better. You're understanding the culture that much more — and truly reconciling."

#TIFF22 Docs

Candid and unscripted: the best non-fiction cinema from around the world are in the #TIFF22 Docs lineup.

#TIFF22 Discovery

Unearth the bold, distinctive, and passionate work of upcoming visionary filmmakers in the #TIFF22 Discovery lineup, presented by Dyson. 

#TIFF22 Gala Presentations

“With stories that span six continents and feature performances you just have to see, this lineup delivers the rich experiences we wait all year for. Cinema is alive. Red carpets are back. And the best audience in the world awaits them in Toronto.” —Cameron Bailey, TIFF CEO

TIFF Canada's Top Ten 2021

“Not since its inaugural year in 2001 have there been so many first appearances among the feature-film selections. Some of these films made their world premieres during the Festival and are now debuting their works on the international festival circuit, which is remarkable for first-time directors — I couldn’t be prouder.” —Cameron Bailey, CEO, TIFF