TIFF Next Wave

February 17-19

Free movies. Special guests. A full day of industry talks and workshops. The 24-hour Film Challenge (sleep is for the weak). Battle of the Scores. Free WiFi in the building. A fort to hang in between movies. Oh, and did we mention the movies are FREE? What's not to like?

Films + Events

Free Films.
Great Events.
General Awesomeness.

Freaks and Geeks Movie Marathon

Five films.
One day.
So Many Feels.

Tickets!

Tickets on sale January 25 at 10am.
TIFF Member pre-sale on now.
Prices include all taxes and fees.

Under 25
Adult
Senior
$11.50
$14
$11.50

24-Hour Film Challenge

24 hours, 24 teams, 24 films! Grab some friends and sign up for this exciting challenge to write, shoot, edit and submit an entire short film in only 24 hours!

Young Creators Co-Lab

The Young Creators Co-Lab is a new gathering space for young and exciting film makers in Toronto to connect with industry professionals and collaborate on all things film. See the lineup for the full day.

Full Schedule

Friday, February 17, 2017
Saturday, February 18, 2017
12:00pm
122min
12:15pm
90min
2:00pm
59mins
2:30pm
91mins
4:00pm
100mins
5:15pm
103mins
6:30pm
97mins
7:00pm
106mins
7:45pm
91mins
9:15pm
79mins
10:00pm
99mins
Sunday, February 19, 2017
12:45pm
77min
2:15pm
106mins
3:00pm
83mins
5:15pm
106mins
6:00pm
Special Screening, 99mins
8:00pm
134mins
8:45pm
Special Screening, 110mins

Just a note — all Next Wave programming is eligible for our Rush policy (not the band. Sorry Geddy). Rush means that if the screening sells out online but there are still empty seats in the cinema 15 minutes before showtime, we'll hand out tickets to people who come and line up in person. So don't leave your seat empty! If you already have a ticket, please make sure to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the screening to secure your seat.

The Committee

Founded in 2010, the TIFF Next Wave Committee is a group of twelve students ranging in age from 15 to 18 and selected from a competitive pool of hopeful young film enthusiasts. Hailing from specialized arts institutions, public schools and private schools across the GTA, the Committee members’ tastes, opinions and critical voices are as diverse as they are strong. Some are aspiring filmmakers, writers and actors; some are interested in learning the business of film and festivals; some like planning cultural events; and some just love movies. All have demonstrated a spirit that has impressed TIFF leaders.

With the guidance of TIFF staff, the Committee is charged with planning some major teen-oriented events at TIFF Bell Lightbox, including the TIFF Next Wave Film Festival.

Supported by the Slaight Family Learning Foundation

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