The Toronto Motorycle Film Festival returns for a third year, with the 2019 dates announced.
The Toronto Motorcycle Film Festival (TMFF) is “the first and only Canadian film festival dedicated to screening the newest and best motorcycle and moto-culture films selected from around the world.” It runs at Toronto’s Revue Cinema, and every year, judges and audience members have their say on a collection of shorts and features, picking the best work.
In 2019, the TMFF will run October 3-5, with a full schedule of events coming later. However, the Festival is expanding this year, so the TMFF press release says to keep the whole weekend open. At this point, festival organizers are still taking submissions, so we’ll see a complete lineup of events and films at some future point. And hey, if you want to submit your own moto-film, now’s the time! Details of how to do that are in the press release below.
Third Annual Motorcycle Film Festival dates announced
The 3rd annual Toronto Motorcycle Film Festival will take place from October 3 – 5, 2019 at the Revue Cinema, Toronto. In addition to the newest and most inspiring motorcycle movies from around the world, this year’s Festival will again include an expanded schedule of events. Keep the whole weekend open so that you can come meet filmmakers, attend the parties, and generally take advantage of all the activities the 2019 Festival will have on offer.
On August 5, the Official Selection of films will be announced together with ticket information on the Festival’s website and social media channels.
Filmmakers interested in submitting their films can find submission info at torontomotofilmfest.com/submit-your-film
The Toronto Motorcycle Film Festival combines a passion for motorcycles and storytelling and is the first and only Canadian film festival dedicated to screening the newest and best motorcycle and moto-culture films selected from around the world.
The festival presents a mix of full feature and short films produced by large and independent filmmakers and includes red-carpet Q&A sessions with attending filmmakers, producers and cast, as well as juried awards. A panel of judges from the media, industry and motorcycle community will choose the winning films for Best Canadian Film, Best Short and Best Feature Film, while the audience will vote for their favourite film which will receive the People’s Choice award.