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TIFF 2014 ticket packages on sale starting July 9

Ticket packages for the 2014 — which kicks off in just 85 days, running September 4 to 14 — were announced today, and will be available on July 9, offering a range of options for film fans looking to satisfy their particular style.

Packages include options for daytime, evenings, or weekends, in addition to programme-themed packs, and premium screening options as well.

The Festival Box Office and TIFF Members Box Office will open on August 31 at Metro Centre, 225 King Street West, by entering at Duncan Street.

TIFF Members will be able to purchase ticket packages starting on June 24, while Visa cardholders can buy their packages on July 2.

Packages can also be purchased online at tiff.net/festival, by phone (from 10 AM to 7 PM – Eastern time) at 416.599.TIFF or 1.888.599.8433, or in person at the box office from 10 AM to 10 PM at TIFF Bell Lightbox.

In addition, the festival confirmed screening venues for 2014, which includes Roy Thomson Hall for the 20th year, where the Opening Night, Closing Night, and Gala Presentations will all be screened.

The Visa Screening Room, at the Elgin Theatre, will host screenings and red carpets, and the returning cinemas otherwise include: TIFF Bell Lightbox, Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, the Ryerson Theatre at Ryerson University, and Jackman Hall at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

For 2014, TIFF will also offer screenings for the duration of the Festival at: the Princess of Wales Theatre, the Winter Garden Theatre, and the Isabel Bader Theatre (starting on September 5).

Scotiabank Theatre will otherwise once again host public, press and industry screenings, and the CBC’s Glenn Gould Studio and conference centre will host the TIFF Industry Conference and some other select public programming events.

Important TIFF 2014 dates:

June 24: TIFF Members can purchase ticket packages as of 10 a.m. ET.

July 2: Visa cardholders can purchase ticket packages as of 10 a.m. ET.

July 9: Ticket packages on sale to the public as of 10 a.m. ET.

August 19: Find the Programme Book and Official Film Schedule at the TIFF Bell Lightbox box office. The Official Film Schedule is also available online at tiff.net/festival.

August 21 to 23: Single tickets on sale for Patrons Circle members (according to level).

August 24 to 25: Regular Flex Pack and Premium Flex Pack ticket selection window for TIFF Members (Contributors and up, according to level): online, by phone, and in person.

August 26 to 29: Regular Flex Pack and Premium Flex Pack ticket selection window: online, by phone, or in person.

August 30: Visit tiff.net to see what tickets are available for single-ticket day.

Beginning August 31: Purchase single tickets à la carte as of 9 a.m. ET from the Festival Box Office, by phone at 416.599.TIFF or 1.888.599.8433, and online at tiff.net/festival (subject to availability).

Beginning September 2: Tickets for My Choice and TIFF Choice packages available for pickup at the Festival Box Office with pickup voucher (September 1 for TIFF Members, according to level).
Beginning September 2: Ticket selection window for Daytime and Back-Half Pack buyers (September 1 for TIFF Members, Contributor level and up).

September 4 to 14: 39th Toronto International Film Festival

PRICING

TICKET PACKAGES

MY CHOICE PACKS – Select your films

Regular Flex Pack (customizable: 10 to 100 tickets in increments of 10): $200 to $1,808
Premium Flex Pack (6 tickets to premium screenings): $373
Daytime Pack (20 tickets): $226
Back-Half Pack (6 tickets): $74

My Choice packages include up to 4 tickets per screening, per account.

TIFF CHOICE PACKS – Let Festival programmers customize your experience
(Pricing for Adult, Student & Senior)

Daytime Sampler Pack (5 films): $96, $80
Evening & Weekend Sampler Pack (5 films): $110, $93
Premium Sampler Pack (3 premium screenings): $145, $117
Midnight Madness Pack (10 films): $180, $115
Wavelengths Pack (7 screenings): $95, $80
Contemporary World Speakers (5 films + extended Q&As): $110, $93
Closing Night Gala Film + Cocktail Reception: $205
Buzz List Pack (priority access to 5 premium screenings): $1,500

TIFF Choice packages include one ticket per screening.

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