The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is an annual film festival held in Toronto, Canada. It is one of the largest and most influential film festivals in the world and is widely regarded as a key platform for the promotion and discovery of new films and filmmakers. The festival is organized by the Toronto International Film Festival Group and features a range of film screenings, events, and activities, including competition categories for feature films, short films, and documentary films.
TIFF is a major event on the film festival calendar and attracts a wide range of industry professionals, critics, and members of the media, as well as film enthusiasts and members of the general public. It is a platform for filmmakers to showcase their work to a global audience and to compete for a variety of awards and accolades. The festival also provides an opportunity for filmmakers to network and build their careers, and for audiences to discover new and exciting films and filmmakers from around the world. In addition to its focus on film, TIFF also includes a range of cultural events and activities, making it a vibrant and exciting event for all attendees.