TSFF 2020

Experience "LIVE" Cinema
"Where Images and Music do the talking"
Experience "LIVE" Cinema
"Where Images and Music do the talking"
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It is the 11th Toronto Silent Film Festival
New for 2020
We’ve added one more programme for a total of 7 screenings
All TSFF screenings at one theatre-Revue Cinema
TTOS closing night screening at Roncesvalles United Church
Early Bird Festival Passes Still Available
Saturday and Sunday Passes & Single Tickets On Sale
April 3, 4, 5, 6 2020
JUST ADDED...
Bonus 2nd feature for closing night April 6th!

Returning this October to May for another season of silent classics with live accompaniment at Toronto's historic Fox Theatre.

ADVANCE TICKETS:  AVAILABLE SOON from www.foxtheatre.ca


Thank you to everyone who attended last year's festival.
We appreciate your support and look forward to seeing everyone each year.
We would also like to thank all our outstanding volunteers, without whom we couldn't do this, the venues and their staff, and those businesses that help support the festival.

Friends of the Festival
Steve Tepperman
Christina Stewart
Nathan Moles
Deborah Rotta-Loria
Vintage Film Festival
Anonymous
Amped and Co.
Ted Rogers Hot DocS Cinema
Alan Jay Nuttall
Nancy Beiman
Caine Chow
International Buster Keaton Society

OUR FUNDRAISING PARTNER
Fox Theatre

 
 
Last Year the Festival supported the following organizations with their fundraising efforts:
 Wychwood Open Door
Toronto’s First Post Office
Vintage Film Festival
Gatsby Garden Party
 Women in Film & Television-Toronto (WIFT)

 
 The Festival was proud to support the following silent film events in 2019
May 9/12 Toronto Jewish Film Festival screenings of Carl Laemmle & The  Cohens and the Kellys
May 26/27 The Koschitzky Centre for Jewish Studies at York U screenings of  Moon of Israel & City Without Jews with Gerhard Gruber accompanying
June 22/23 Spadina Museum Gatsby Garden Party
June 27 Movies in Old Town Toronto screening of Sherlock Jr with Fern  Lindzon accompanying
August 14 Mulan International Film Festival screening of The Goddess
Supporting  The annual Vintage Film Festival in Port Hope September 27/28/29
If you wish to be added to our mailing list, please email us with a request
torontosilentfilm(at)gmail.com
The 2020 Festival Cocktail
To celebrate the new Roaring Twenties, this cocktail was developed (and  extensively taste tested) just for the festival by TCM with a Twist  @TCMwithaTwist aka Lee Aundra Keany
WILD, BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED
A cocktail  that will whisk you back to the age of Fitzgerald and Clara Bow and hideaway  Parisian bars where you suddenly run into Louise Brooks. Sip with intentions  toward beautiful women and dangerous men.

A cocktail  that will whisk you back to the age of Fitzgerald and Clara Bow and hideaway  Parisian bars where you suddenly run into Louise Brooks. Sip with intentions  toward beautiful women and dangerous men.

2 oz Bourbon (perhaps WILD Turkey)
1 oz dry  vermouth
1⁄4 oz lemon juice
1⁄2 oz Grenadine (the BEAUTIFUL part)
1/2  barspoon Absinthe (which is of course DAMNED)
2 dashes Orange  bitters


Shake with ice, pour up.

Become a Friend Of The Festival.
As a not for profit, volunteer run Festival, we rely heavily on ticket sales for the majority of our budget.
No matter what the amount of your donation, it is important to us and 100% will go back into programming.
All donations will be matched up to $1000.00 due to a matching support by an anoymous Friend Of The Festival. All donators will be listed on our website by name (or if you wish to stay anonymous, just ask).
At present, we are not a registered charity so we cannot issue a charitable tax receipt.

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