New this year is a welcomed addition of two new assigned ticket venues, bringing the total of festival venues to four.
Now filmgoers will be able to reserve seats at the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres in addition to Roy Thomson Hall and The Visa Screening Room at The Princess of Wales Theatre.
This year, TIFF is also making tickets more affordable by offering flexible three-tiered ticket prices at all venues with reserved seating. This ensures there’s a variety of ticket buying options available.
The first tier of tickets will start at a new low price of $18 for regular tickets and premium tickets will go for $25 to $75.
The most exciting addition to this year’s ticket options is the return of $10 tickets for film lovers 25 and under. This offer applies only to daytime screenings, Monday through Friday.
Festival ticket package sales will begin on May 23 for TIFF Members, June 13 for Visa cardholders, and June 20 for the public.
But if you’re interested in purchasing individual film tickets, you’ll have to wait closer to the actual festival.
TIFF Patrons Circle Members will have first access to individual tickets on August 23, and the general public can make their purchases on September 3.
The 43rd-annual Toronto International Film Festival will run September 6 to 16.
See you there!