The Toronto International Film Festival announced ticket prices and key dates for TIFF 2021, including in-person screenings, drive-in screenings, and digital. Prices start at just $12 for TIFF Bell Digital Talks, $25 for film screenings, and $49 for the Visa Skyline Drive-In and RBC Lakeside Drive-In at Ontario Place.
Individual tickets will go on sale to TIFF Patrons Circle Members starting on August 26, and for the public starting on September 6.
Ticket prices for TIFF 2021 are as follows. See below for the full list of important dates.
At TIFF Bell Lightbox, Roy Thomson Hall, the Visa Screening Room at the Princess of Wales Theatre, Cinesphere Theatre at Ontario Place, and Scotiabank Theatre
- Regular film screenings: $25 including taxes + fees
- Premium film screenings: $40 including taxes + fees
At Visa Skyline Drive-In and RBC Lakeside Drive-In at Ontario Place.
- Car with 1–2 people: $49 including taxes + fees
- Car with 3+ people: $69 including taxes + fees
Open-Air Cinema Screenings:
At West Island Open Air Cinema at Ontario Place
- Lawn access for 2 people: $38 including taxes + fees
Digital TIFF Bell Lightbox Screenings:
- Regular film screenings: $19 including taxes + fees
- Premium film screenings: $26 including taxes + fees
TIFF Bell Digital Talks:
- In Conversation With… events: $12 including taxes + fees (FREE for TIFF Members)
Public schedule available on the TIFF website at tiff.net/schedule.
Individual tickets for in-person and digital events go on sale to TIFF Patrons Circle Members according to level
Ticket transfers for in-person and digital events open
(Note: Ticket transfers for digital events are only available until ?September 7 at 5pm)
Digital ticket package redemption begins for TIFF Members, by level. Closes September 2 at 6pm
Individual tickets go on sale to Contributors Circle and Members 365
Individual tickets go on sale to TIFF Insiders
Individual tickets go on sale to the public
Ticket exchanges for in-person events open
TIFF has announced a number of protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
“Masks are required at all TIFF Festival venues,” TIFF revealed in a statement. “Audience members and visitors will not be permitted entry into the venue without a mask. Where an audience member or visitor is unable to wear a mask due to health reasons, TIFF will provide them with a face shield as an alternative. If the audience member or visitor does not wish to wear a face shield, they will be denied entry into the venue and will be given a refund for their ticket.”
As well, TIFF plans to open theatres 1 hour before the start of screenings to help reduce line-ups and allow for distanced entry into the venue.
The 46th Toronto International Film Festival runs September 9 to 18, 2021. The GATE will have ongoing coverage of the film festival at thegate.ca/tiff