Attend The 2017 Toronto International Film Festival in Style
When: September 7th – September 17th, 2017
Where: Toronto, Canada
TIFF began in 1976 as the “Festival of Festivals”, collecting the best films from other film festivals around the world and showing them to eager audiences in Toronto. That first year, 35,000 enthusiasts watched 127 films from 30 countries. By 2009, those numbers have grown to feature 336 films from 64 countries, enjoyed by 500,000 people.
The Festival of Festivals (renamed the Toronto International Film Festival in 1995) has introduced many of the world’s great film artists to Toronto audiences. That first year, a spotlight on German cinema included films by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Werner Herzog and Wim Wenders.
In the years that followed, many other artists have looked back on the Festival as the place where their films first reached a receptive audience and the foundations of their careers were built. These include: Paul Haggis, Jason Reitman, Michael Moore, David Cronenberg, and John Woo.
The secret of the Festival’s success is its unique combination of two parallel festivals: one for a large audience passionate about film and one for the world’s press and industry. The Festival also manages to be the launch pad for both big Hollywood films and art house cinema from around the world.
At Millionaire’s Concierge, we have gotten VIP access to exclusive events for thousands of our esteemed clients. We can do the same for you. Picture yourself schmoozing with celebrities as you attend countless movie premieres and endless after parties.
|BLACK MIRROR: SAN JUNIPERO & NOSEDIVE||September 17 in Scotiabank 8 at 8:45pm|
|Public 3||September 17 in Scotiabank 5 at 8:45pm|
|September 17 in Scotiabank 6 at 8:45pm|
|IN CONVERSATION WITH… ZHANG ZIYI||September 15 in TIFF Bell Lightbox 2 at 7:45pm|
|IT’S ONLY THE END OF THE WORLD||September 11 in TIFF Bell Lightbox 3 at 10:00pm|
|LA LA LAND||September 15 in Scotiabank 1 at 6:30pm|
|LA LA LAND||September 17 in Winter Garden Theatre at 10:30am|
|LEEHOM WANG’S OPEN FIRE CONCERT FILM||September 17 in Winter Garden Theatre at 10:30am|
|LION||September 16 in Princess of Wales at 9:30pm|
|LION||September 17 in TIFF Bell Lightbox 2 at 12:00pm|
|OFF FRAME AKA REVOLUTION UNTIL VICTORY||End time is now 9:17pm|
|OKAFOR’S LAW||End time is now 10:17pm|
|ORPHAN||September 12 in Isabel Bader Theatre at 6:00pm|
|SWEET DREAMS||September 17 in Scotiabank 7 at 9:15pm|
|VOYAGE OF TIME: THE IMAX EXPERIENCE||September 10 in Scotiabank 12 at 10:45pm|
|VOYAGE OF TIME: THE IMAX EXPERIENCE||September 17 in Scotiabank 12 at 10:45pm|
CLICK HERE TO SEE THE TIFF FILM SCHEDULE
We can get you Access to the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival
Your opportunity to mingle with the stars has just arrived and Millionaire’s Concierge can get you to the largest film fest in North America. You name it, we’ll make it happen for you, not only can we get you access to the hottest shows, we can also provide luxury transportation, five-star dining experiences and anything your heart may desire.
What more can we say? Your theatre seats awaits. Contact us to learn more about the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.
If you are going to attend a star studded Toronto International Film Festival, you need to act like a star. Millionaire’s Concierge can provide all of the luxuries of celebrities, such as:
- luxury limo service to and from the venue
- reservations at the finest restaurants
- suite at the most opulent hotels
We can help you plan an extravagant experience that will undoubtedly be the highlight of your year.
Can I get access for myself and a guest?
We often have the ability to secure access to exclusive events, so get in touch with us with your request, and we’ll try and work our magic.
Can I get swag from the events?
Depending on event, we can hook you up with the luxurious gift packages that are presented to the stars.
When is the Toronto International Film Festival?
The festival is generally scheduled in early September and is carried out for 14 days.
** Shows are dates/schedule is subject to change