No Highway wins Best Canadian Film award for this year.
Twenty-three films, long and short, that you’ll want to see.
This year, there are six international premieres at the festival, and 23 films in total.
The Toronto Motorcycle Film Festival will be screening moto-movies, and the Doubleheader ADV event runs for the first time as well.
The festival will run at the Revue Cinema in Toronto again, at the end of September.
Festival opens with a free reception on Thursday; films run Friday, Saturday nights, and awards are handed out Sunday.
Here are the titles that will be showing at next month’s film showdown at Toronto’s Revue Cinema.
Racer/writer Toni Sharpless joins the judging panel of the 2016 film festival.
Visit the Festival’s website for interviews with judges and the event’s mastermind.
The Toronto Motorcycle Film Festival has announced all four members of its judging panel now. Now, its time to finalize the selections.