The Toronto International Film Festival or TIFF for short is one of the largest film festivals in the world. It attracts around 480,000 people every year. Located in Toronto in Canada, the festival features multiple films every year. TIFF boasts an average minimum of 85 and maximum of 460 films each year.
The festival launched in 1976. Today, it includes movies from over eighty-three countries, being a leading international festival. TIFF Bell Lightbox is a dynamic center for film culture of this project that features new releases, live film events, workshops, discussions and even offers a chance of meeting filmmakers from Canada.
The TIFF Bell Lightbox opens on the Thursday night after Labour Day (in September) and lasts for eleven days. TIFF has grown over the years. Hollywood elite look to the Toronto International Film Festival as a huge indicator for Oscar awards. It even hinted the greatest successes like Room, The Imitation Game, 12 Years a Slave, Slumdog Millionaire and La La Land.