TIFF Cinematheque | Summer 2016
All the World's a Screen: Shakespeare on Film
June 9 – July 3
As part of the global commemorations of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, we are proud to partner with Film London and the British Film Institute to celebrate the rich legacy of the Bard’s immortal works on screen.
The Other Side: The Films of Roberto Minervini
June 10 – 12
Italian-born, Texas-based filmmaker Roberto Minervini fascinatingly fuses fiction and documentary to create his striking portraits of life on the margins in the American South.
TIFF Cinematheque Special Screenings: Summer 2016
June 11 – Sept 3
Our ongoing series of classics, favourites, rarities and recent restorations spotlights a quartet of silent comedy masterpieces, marvellous musicals and much more.
The Free Screen: Summer 2016
June 21 – Aug 27
A stunning 35mm preservation print of Lizzie Borden’s radical feminist milestone Born in Flames headlines this edition of our free series dedicated to experimental and avant-garde film and video works.
Split/Screen: The Cinema of Brian De Palma
June 18 – Sept 3
We salute the creator of such nerve-shredding classics as Carrie, Dressed to Kill and Scarface in this career retrospective.
Mad Love: Andrzej Zulawksi's Cinema Hysteria
June 25 – Aug 6
We salute the late Polish auteur whose hallucinatory epics split the difference between the shocking and the sublime.
Hitchcock/Truffaut: Magnificent Obsessions
July 7 – Sept 4
A double retrospective devoted to the Master of Suspense and his worshipful French New Wave acolyte.
Dangerous Liaisons: The Films of Eric Rohmer
July 21 – Aug 28
Our first retrospective in 20 years dedicated to the French New Wave master, whose films find the elusive nexus of sparkling wit, philosophical profundity, and erotic obsession.
The Indocile Image: The Cinema of Med Hondo
Aug 4 – Aug 16
A tribute to one of the founding fathers of modern African cinema, featuring newly struck 35mm prints.
Canadian Open Vault: Summer 2016
June 18 – Aug 28
Bruce McDonald’s cult classic road movie Highway 61 anchors this season of our showcase of Canadian classics, which also spotlights prolific documentarian Larry Weinstein.
Syria Self-Portraits: Chronicles of Tyranny, Chronicles of War
Aug 26 – Sept 4
Moving dramas, hard-hitting documentaries and visually dazzling fables attest to the rich variety of voices and diversity of experience within a tragically embattled country.