How to watch movies at TIFF 2012 (note: the process has changed)
Toronto may become a chaotic mess of celebrities, parties and wheeling and dealing during TIFF, but there are also many actual movies to watch. Buying and getting tickets to all the films you want to see has always been taxing, but TIFF is hoping to make the process a bit easier this year. Movie selection is moving online for all “My Choice” ticket packages (on sale beginning June 25 for TIFF members and July 9 for the public), and for the first time ever, buyers can purchase up to four tickets per screening, per membership. (Although, this kind of bulk buying could lead to problems with scalping, we’d imagine.) The Festival Box Office will open on August 21, and TIFF 2012 runs from September 6 to 16.
All ticket pricing is available at TIFF.net.
Six Premium Ticket Pack
This new package offers six tickets to premium screenings (up to four tickets per screening).
Ticket buyers can customize their ticket package, choosing anywhere from 20 to 100 tickets in increments of 10.
Selected by festival programmers, this package includes three premium screenings at any of the red-carpet venues.
Contemporary World Cinema
This package features five films from the festival’s Contemporary World Cinema program. Films in this package feature an extended filmmaker question-and-answer period.
August 23 to 26
My Choice package ticket selection window for TIFF members
August 26 to 29
My Choice package ticket selection window for non-members
August 30 to 31
Single tickets on sale to TIFF Patrons Circle Members (according to member level)
Tiff.net launches its new service, which allows buyers to see what single tickets are still available.
Single tickets à la carte are available for purchase beginning at 10 a.m.
September 6 to 16