A line for single tickets to TIFF snakes around the block. The line began forming at 5 a.m. This photo was taken at approximately noon. <br />
A premium screening of Conviction (2010) at the Elgin Theatre. During the festival, regular tickets cost $19.69. Premium screenings – such as this one – cost $38.27. <br />
Fans and paparazzi photograph the stars of Conviction (2010) at the Elgin’s back door following the screening. <br />Photo: Kristy Myshaniuk<br />
A crowd gathers outside the Elgin Theatre for the premiere of a Woody Allen film. Fans arrived on scene three hours ahead of time to wait for the director. <br />
Woody Allen presents the cast of his film You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (2010) at a premium screening. The director left the theatre immediately after introducing the film. <br />
The TIFF Bell Lightbox is unveiled in September 2010. The structure cost $196-million to build. <br />
Located in the heart of Toronto’s entertainment district, the Lightbox is flanked by musical theatres and restaurants. Roy Thompson Hall is also within walking distance. <br />
The Lightbox takes up an entire city block, which was named “Reitman Square” after the Reitman family, well-known for their cinematic pursuits. <br />
The Reitmans(filmmaker Ivan Reitman and his sisters Agi Mandel and Susan Michaels) and The Daniels Corporation – who together form the King and John Festival Corporation (KJFC) –<br />donated the $22-million plot of real estate needed to erect the TIFF Bell Lightbox<br />
The Lightbox includes five public cinemas, two galleries, three learning studios, a centre for students and scholars, TIFF staff offices, a bistro, restaurant, lounge and gift shop.<br />
The projection room, located in a red structure along the ceiling, demands visitors’ attention the moment they enter the Lightbox.<br />
A Tim Burton exhibit came to the Lightbox in November 2010, after showing inNew York’s Museum of Modern Art for several months. The director was present to unveil the exhibit.<br />
The Lightbox runs various film events such as “Canada’s Top Ten,” which featured the ten best Canadian shorts and features of 2010. <br />
In 2009, TIFF earned $8,120,107 in revenue and received $14,269,269 from sponsors, donations and government grants. A regular ticket costs $12.00. Premium screenings cost $18.75. (These prices do not include applicable service charges.)<br />
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