Toronto Food Film Fest to celebrate film-making, food and culture in October
By Canadian PizzaNews Business and Operations
Toronto – The Toronto Food Film Fest will celebrate independent film-making, food and culture with screenings, workshops and curated menus over a four-day schedule from Oct. 14 to 17.
TFFF is back at The Royal Theatre on College Street this year, where it will once again bring together food and film lovers across Toronto by combining in-person screenings, workshops, dinners, tastings and more. Bottega Volo, now in the Royal Cinemas lobby, will be supplying concessions and chefs will be serving the audience carefully selected snacks that pair with each movie.
“We’re so excited to be back for a fourth year, and looking forward to being back at the Royal Cinema, one of the few remaining historic independent cinemas in the GTA,” said Jacqueline Tam, cofounder of TFFF, in a news release. “The quality of film submissions already received is better than ever so our selection is difficult.”
Film submissions will be accepted until June 24 and a full film lineup and the programming schedule will be released later this summer. The Toronto Food Film Fest is supported by Telefilm and the Toronto Arts Council. The festival will continue to be accessible online through virtual tickets available across Ontario.
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