Ready to get in a TIFF? You better be. The 31st Toronto International Film Festival kicks off today, and for the next 10 days Toronto will truly be Hollywood North. Here's the scoop on more than 100 films, including some that are already generating big buzz. For more reviews, interviews and behind-the-scenes gossip about who said what to whom and what they were wearing, log on to www.nowtoronto.com throughout the festival.
Ticket and venue info
TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Al Green (750 Spadina)
Cumberland (159 Cumberland)
Elgin (189 Yonge)
Isabel Bader (93 Charles West)
Paramount (259 Richmond West)
Roy Thomson Hall (60 Simcoe)
Royal Ontario Museum (100 Queen's Park)
Ryerson Theatre (43 Gerrard East)
Varsity (Manulife Centre, 55 Bloor West)
HOW TO BUY TICKETS
Various passes and coupon books range from $50 to $498. Single tickets are now on sale. Go online for details.
These are available at least one day in advance of the screening, online, by phone or at either festival box office (Manulife Centre, 55 Bloor West, main floor, north entrance; College Park, 444 Yonge, south entrance, market level). $18.63, gala $34.91.
If available, these can be purchased on the day of the screening online, by phone or at either festival box office (from 7 am). Theatre box offices open one hour before the first screening of the day. For last-minute availability, consult Best Bets on the festival website or in its print daily, available at festival venues.
If there are any left, they go on sale 15 minutes before the screening starts. $18.63.