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TIFF Bell Lightbox
350 King St. W, Toronto, ON M5V 3X5
4.17 / 5
Based on 14 votes and 12 reviews
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hate this place
July 07, 2018
don't like walking on see through floors with neon underneath, don't like walking up miles of lit stairs from below. Modern, yes, comfortable, no!
Welcome To The TIFF Bell Lightbox Out In Toronto, Ontario Canada!
January 05, 2018
The TIFF Bell Lightbox is a place where they showcase the various films from around the World. They are also the home and headquarters of the Toronto International Film Festival . The section that I was in is called the "Film Reference Library" and in this area You can watch many films from their collection that was mostly from donated. Furthermore, on the wall they are showcasing the "Home Exhibit" which contains various archaeological findings from when they had started construction on the building. I want to personally Thank the staff from the "Film Reference Library" for giving ME information about the TIFF Bell Lightbox and helping ME to make my Youtube Video back on Thursday, January 4, 2018. Sincerely yours, Howard Paul Shore Visitor Executive, Volunteer Writer For Google And Tripadvisor Websites /HPS
I LOVE THIS PLACE
December 19, 2017
I only hope the location doesn't change as rumoured. I am SUCH a happy member of TIFF.
Best picture, Best sound
October 19, 2017
These are among the highest quality cinemas in North America
Excelent theatre - poor ticketing - limited service eveNing.
September 24, 2017
The complex is unmatched for really superb movie theatre enjoyment. For members, ticketing is an obstacle course if you live in Toronto.
September 23, 2017
An contemporary yet sensibly modern cathedral designed to honour to the cinematic medium.
August 03, 2017
I just love lovvve this cinema... that no Popcorn and stuff are allowed is a plus for me. It takes so immense work to make a film .. I respect the industry by not eating during a film.. especially the french films that have silent moments.... If I want popcorn I can stay at home and watch a film. Thank you for keeping the Tiff lightbox cinema so very clean and fresh. KikiB
Best seats in town
July 15, 2017
Watching a movie at TIFF is the best movie experience ever. Most showings are on the small screen so you feel like you have a private viewing. The seats are incredible as in clean, large and no one banging your knees or pulling on your seat. The theatres are exceptionally clean and don't smell of popcorn. The pre-drinks at Luma bar or The Canteen exceptional as are the staff.
Love the vibe!
December 13, 2016
I always have a great time at this theater. It's clean and very well kept.
May 09, 2016
My personal experience is that not just TIFF but All the other Theater's major stumbling block is how to deliver SNACKS without the client feeling as tho they've pd an ARM & a LEG for the product & experience! Really TIFF, could U picked a more expensive place to do business! I am on a limited income & I do not have the disposable income that the majority of Tiff's client base has! Is there no time during the month that marginal income citizens & families could get a 25 to 40% reduction across the board??? Try the 5th. week of the month each month & offer this special to those persons who live well below the poverty line! My income due to disability is $1,300.00 per month after expenses for a single adult, can U guess how much income I have left for Food, transportation, necessities & recreation & I do not live in public housing but pay a reasonable amount of money for My 1 bedroom apt., plus of the cost of hydro & a hardwired Ph! In closing I just believe that TIFF should definitely geared for ALL of Toronto's citizens, not just the Who of Who or those with unlimited incomes. My personal comment is for your most kind consideration! Thank U.... Yours in Communications, email@example.com Ps: I do strongly believe two days per month TIFF could adjust to allow the poverty line clients an experience that has not been offered by anyone thus far! Yes, they do have cheap Tuesdays for $5 beans but no concessions! How can one watch a lovely movie without the the luvv of hot popcorn & a soda!!!???