TIFF 2022 excitement continues with Festival tickets on-sale dates announced

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April 25, 2022


TIFF 2022 excitement continues with Festival tickets on-sale dates announced

Ticket prices and packages revealed; official venues back at full capacity; rush tickets return

TORONTO — The Toronto International Film Festival has started the countdown for its 47th edition, taking place September 8–18, 2022. To celebrate the exciting return of the full-scale and in-person Festival, TIFF is giving eager film lovers the chance to get a head start on purchasing their tickets, offering flexible price points and a wide selection of packages. Starting on May 25, 2022, TIFF Members will get first access to purchase Festival ticket packages (according to level). Join or renew your TIFF Membership to receive exclusive benefits, and make first selections on screenings. Learn more at tiff.net/membership.

In-person ticket packages become available on the pre-sale starting May 25, which is exclusive to TIFF Members (according to level), followed by June 15 for Visa cardholders and June 22 for the public. Ticket packages are available until August 14, while quantities last. In addition to package offerings, individual tickets will also be available. Ticket prices start at $19 for Regular screenings and $27 for Premium screenings. Festival audiences will be able to enjoy the best of international and Canadian cinema at TIFF Bell Lightbox, Roy Thomson Hall, the Visa Screening Room at the Princess of Wales Theatre, Scotiabank Theatre Toronto, and the newly added Royal Alexandra Theatre, completing TIFF’s walkable Festival Village.

Recently announced, TIFF kicked off a first-of-its-kind Festival deal with the TIFF Under-25 Free Pass. Welcoming youth audiences back to the big screen, the free pass is available to individuals who are 24 and under and includes access to purchase individual tickets to the 2022 Festival on Insiders’ Day. TIFF offers affordable access to this age group, starting at $11 for Regular screenings.

The 47th Toronto International Film Festival runs September 8–18, 2022. Please check tiff.net for regular updates.

KEY DATES

  • April 25: Ticketing details announced
  • In-person packages:
    • May 25: Package pre-sale for TIFF Members at the Contributors Circle level and up, starting at 10am ET
    • June 1: Package pre-sale for Member 365, starting at 10am ET
    • June 15: Package pre-sale for Visa cardholders, starting at 10am ET
    • June 22: Public packages go on sale, starting at 10am ET
    • August 14: Sales close for in-person packages
    • August 28: In-person package redemption begins for TIFF Patrons Circle, Contributors Circle, and Member 365 (by level)
    • August 30: In-person package redemption begins for the public
    • September 1: Redemptions close for in-person packages
  • Individual tickets:
    • August 25: Individual-ticket on-sale for TIFF Patrons Circle (by level)
    • August 31: Individual-ticket pre-sale for Visa Infinite cardholders
    • September 3: Individual-ticket pre-sale for Contributors Circle and Member 365
    • September 4: Individual-ticket pre-sale for TIFF Insiders
    • September 5: Individual tickets go on sale to the public
  • August 23: Programme Book released
  • August 23: Official Film Schedule released and available online at tiff.net/schedule
  • September 8–18: 47th Toronto International Film Festival

PRICING
*2022 ticket prices have increased at a rate of 2% per year over 2019 prices based on inflation
*Prices include HST and service fees.


TICKET PACKAGES

Regular
Regular Flex 6-Pack (6 tickets)
(Includes weekday daytime screenings)
$163
Regular Flex 10-Pack (10 tickets)
(Purchased in increments of 10, up to 100 tickets)
$264
Back-Half Flex 6-Pack (6 tickets)
(Screenings during the second half of the Festival)
$116
Back-Half Flex 12-Pack (12 tickets)
(Screenings during the second half of the Festival)
$222
Weekday Daytime Flex 10-Pack (10 tickets)
(Weekday screenings before 5pm)
$177
Weekday Daytime Flex 20-Pack (20 tickets)
(Weekday screenings before 5pm)
$344

Premium
Premium Flex 6-Pack (6 tickets)
$461
Premium Flex 12-Pack (12 tickets)
$911
Buzz List (5 Premium tickets)
(5 Premium screenings selected by TIFF)
$1,653
Opening Night Film
$127
Closing Night Film
$106


INDIVIDUAL TICKETS
Assigned Seating

Regular Weekend + Evening (Tier A)
Starting at $38
Regular Weekend + Evening (Tier B)
Starting at $27
Regular Weekend + Evening (Tier C)
Starting at $20
Premium (Tier A)
Starting at $80
Premium (Tier B)
Starting at $54
Premium (Tier C)
Starting at $27


GENERAL ADMISSION
Regular Weekday Daytime (Adult)
Starting at $19
Regular Weekend + Evening (Unassigned)
Starting at $30
Regular Weekday Daytime (Under 25)
Starting at $11
Premium (Unassigned)
Starting at $56
Premium Rush
(When available)
Starting at $45
Regular Rush
(When available)
Starting at $25


PROGRAMME BOOK
Programme Book is available to purchase for Members starting May 25 during the Member pre-sale for in-person packages. The Book will be available for pickup starting August 23.
TIFF 2022 Programme Book
(Delivery available for an additional cost)
$55

Tickets and packages can be purchased online at tiff.net/tickets; by phone 10am–7pm ET daily via 416.599.2033 or 1.888.258.8433; or in person at the Steve & Rashmi Gupta Box Office inside TIFF Bell Lightbox, 3pm–10pm ET Tuesdays and 10am–10am ET Wednesday through Sunday.

For more information, contact the Customer Relations Call Centre Monday - Sunday: 10am - 7pm:
Local: 416-599-2033
Toll-free: 1-888-258-8433
customerrelations@tiff.net
Live Chat via tiff.net/contact

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About TIFF
TIFF is a not-for-profit cultural organization whose mission is to transform the way people see the world through film. An international leader in film culture, TIFF projects include the annual Toronto International Film Festival in September; TIFF Bell Lightbox, which features five cinemas, major exhibitions, and learning and entertainment facilities; and innovative national distribution program Film Circuit. The organization generates an annual economic impact of $189 million CAD. TIFF Bell Lightbox is generously supported by contributors including Founding Sponsor Bell, the Province of Ontario, the Government of Canada, the City of Toronto, the Reitman family (Ivan Reitman, Agi Mandel and Susan Michaels), The Daniels Corporation and RBC. For more information, visit tiff.net.

Announced late last year, a new membership benefit has been added to TIFF Memberships for the duration of 2022, with Members now receiving free access to over 200 Cinematheque screenings, which includes film classics, rarities, recent restorations and new auteurs. Additionally, last month TIFF introduced the TIFF Under-25 Free Pass, which offers young film lovers under the age of 25 a pass to access a range of free benefits, such as tickets to Cinematheque screenings, encouraging them to take advantage of exclusive year-round benefits and be part of a community of up-and-coming film lovers.

TIFF is generously supported by Lead Sponsor Bell, Major Sponsors RBC, and Visa, and Major Supporters the Government of Canada, Government of Ontario and City of Toronto.

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