TIFF Cinematheque | Fall 2015
WYSIWYG: The Films of Michael Snow
September 30 – December 13
We are thrilled to present this complete retrospective of the film works of Canadian avant-garde great Michael Snow, screening in monthly installments throughout 2015.
TIFF Cinematheque Special Screenings: Fall 2015
October 3 – January 8
A selection of the films of Marlon Brando anchors this Fall programme of classics, rarities, and recent restorations.
Canadian Open Vault
October 4 – December 15
Keir Dullea introduces our screening of Paperback Hero in this season of our free showcase of Canadian classics.
Heaven on Earth: The Films of Deepa Mehta
October 8 – November 15
Renowned for such films as Fire, Earth, Water, and her epic adaptation of Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children, Deepa Mehta receives a TIFF Cinematheque salute with this retrospective.
The Free Screen
October 13 – December 17
Our free showcase of experimental film and video art spotlights the work of Marie Louise Alemann, Ellie Epp, and Jeff Keen.
Love Exists: The Films of Maurice Pialat
October 22 – December 5
TIFF Cinematheque is honoured to welcome Sylvie Pialat to introduce screenings in this full retrospective devoted to the work of her late husband, the French master Maurice Pialat (À nos amours, Van Gogh).
Nothing Special: Andy Warhol’s Star System
October 30 – January 24
Spanning from 1963 to 1968, this selection of films made by Andy Warhol during the heyday of the Factory reflects the artist's career-long fascination with movie stars, Hollywood genres, and the often salacious on- and offscreen narratives of Tinseltown.
Liz & Marilyn: Black and White in Colour
November 7 – January 7
This season of Hollywood Classics spotlights two of Andy Warhol's greatest Pop Art inspirations — Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor — with screenings of such classics as Some Like It Hot, A Place in the Sun, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Cleopatra.
Magic Motion: The Art of Stop-Motion Animation
November 27 – January 3
This massive, genre-crossing retrospective explores the evolution of stop-motion animation from King Kong to Tim Burton, Jason and the Argonauts to The Terminator, the adventures of Wallace & Gromit to the mysterious worlds of Jan Svankmajer and the Quay Brothers.
Holiday Classics: X(mas)-Rated Edition
December 11 – 23
Get some coal in your stocking with this cornucopia of Christmastime carnage, packed with hostage-takings, home invasions, and grievous bodily harm!
December 19 – January 3
Come spend your winter in widescreen with this series of classics old and new, screening in glorious 70mm prints.