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Get ready for the 2020 Festival!

Dear TJFF Community,

To ensure that we are doing our part to help contain the spread of the virus (COVID-19), our office is now closed.

In the meantime, our staff will be continuing their work remotely. If you need to reach us, please do so by email.

A New Plan is in the Works for the
28th Toronto Jewish Film Festival

As we navigate our way through these unprecedented times, the TJFF team is working hard to find safe and innovative ways to deliver our 2020 Festival line-up.Due to our concern for the safety and comfort of our audience, volunteers, guests and staff,
we will not be able to proceed with our ‘usual’ Festival schedule.

However, our line-up is too fantastic to not be shared with you. 

We look forward to updating you with our new plans in the very near future.

Stay tuned…because the shows will go on!

With gratitude for your continued support,

The TJFF Team

If you already have a 2020 membership or pass, we will be reaching out to you shortly.

The Toronto Jewish Film Foundation is gearing up for its 28th Festival!



This year’s revised Festival dates to be announced soon.

Stay tuned! Our full line-up will be announced on May 4, 2020. Start your own countdown or check out ours! Our full line-up will be announced in

Our programmers have been diligently screening and selecting the BEST Jewish-content film that the world has to offer. And we can’t wait to share those stories with you!

Excited about the Festival? Be sure to check out this video from our 2019 edition:

TJFF is one of the largest Jewish Film Festivals of over 100 in the world. We welcome 35,000 annual attendees. In 2019, we showcased over 100 films from 20+ countries, featuring Canadian, North American and international premieres.

This year, we’re planning to share more information about films here on our website, so be sure to check back regularly after May 1st. Check out everything we had to offer last year here.

Click here for information about this year’s Festival overlap with Shavuot.

Don’t forget to follow us on social media for your Jewish film fix!