Guarantees access to 10 screenings of the cardholder’s choice, with the exception of special events. Upon purchasing a TIFF Card.10 online, cardholders will be e-mailed a virtual card with a unique code for reserving seats for the screenings and/or events of their choice, with the exception of special events....See more details
Guarantees access to 25 screenings, including 2 special events of the cardholder’s choice (except Film Food screenings and the Closing Ceremony) Physical TIFFCards are issued between June 6 — June 8 at the Unirii Square ticketing point, but cardholders are not obligated to carry the cards on them: they can just use the unique code received by e-mail upon purchase to reserve seats....See more details
Guarantees access to 30 screenings, concerts, special events and festival parties of the cardholder’s choice (except Film Food screenings, the Closing Ceremony, official receptions, and press conferences). Physical Gold Cards are issued between June 6 — June 8 at the Unirii Square ticketing point ticketing point, but cardholders are not obligated to carry the cards on them: they can just use the unique code received by e-mail upon purchase to reserve seats....See more details
Roland Durand and his wife Corinne embark on a weekend getaway to the French countryside. Each is contemplating adultery as they head for the coast, but end up ensnared in a traffic jam along the way. Could this stop them from visiting the wife's parents and kill them for the substantial inheritance?
The 1940s, the Finnish Lapland. Martta, a 19-year-old girl, has an ill-fated affair with Oula, a womanizing reindeer herdsman. When the 19-year-old girl turns up pregnant, her alcoholic father is outraged and a series of tragic events follows.
A group of musicians search for the ideal harmony. Then, a man searches for an ideal society and wonders if he is on the wrong planet. One of Godard's most divisive films, Keep Your Right Up was described by the director as a "fantasy for actor, camera and tape recorder"...
In the late 1970s, the Norwegian government decides to displace the Alta River. The Sámi people, the indigenous people of the northern part of the Scandinavian Peninsula, fight the decision. Ester, a young girl originally ashamed of her roots, has to embrace her heritage to help fight for the rights of her people.
When a military computer error deploys a squadron of SAC bombers to destroy Moscow, the American President tries to call them back. But their sophisticated fail-safe system prevents him from aborting the attack, so he must convince the Soviets not to retaliate. In desperation, the President must make an unthinkable decision...
Michel is a petty criminal who shoots a policeman he is followed onto a country road. Penniless and on the run from the police, he turns to his American girlfriend Patricia, a student and aspiring journalist. But will she help him? Winner of the Silver Bear for Best Directing at the 1960 Berlinale!
Paul Godard, a filmmaker, is afraid of life without Denise, his estranged girlfriend. When she asks for his help, he reluctantly agrees, but this gesture doesn't help their relationship. Later, he is picked up by a prostitute, Isabelle. One of as many as four films starring Isabelle Huppert which had their world premiere in the official competition of the 1980 Cannes film festival!