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2015/2016 School Programmes

2015/2016 Programmes On Sale Now

Foster imaginations and spark creativity for students and staff this school year with exciting educational experiences at TIFF Bell Lightbox, Toronto’s premiere film-arts organization and venue. Exploring the world through moving images, our learning programmes and educational resources offer creative new ways to enrich your curriculum. The appeal of film and filmmaking can inform classroom projects in:

  • Media Literacy
  • Character Education
  • The Arts
  • Equity Studies and Cultural Perspectives
  • Science and Environmental Issues
  • English Language and Literacy

Transform the way students see the world through film! From exhibitions and presentations to hands-on workshops, TIFF Learning provides students and teachers with innovative ways to engage with the moving image that extend beyond a class trip to the movies.

TIFF Bell Lightbox is the only facility of its kind in Canada. Our unique programmes are designed for cross-course flexibility and are closely tied to the Ontario curriculum. We look forward to exploring the possibilities of film with you this year!

Download our 2015/2016 Learning Guide

TIFF School Programmes are supported by the Slaight Family Foundation Learning Fund.

TIFF also gratefully acknowledges the many philanthropic donors who have donated gifts to our learning and outreach programmes. These include the following:

BMO Financial Group (BMO Financial Group Learning Fund);
CIBC;
CIBC Mellon;
The Mariano Elia Foundation;
The Harbinger Foundation (John VanDuzer Children’s Film Collection);
Susan Harris & David Kassie (Susan Harris and David Kassie Social Advocacy Fund);
Garrett Herman;
Bruce & Cheryl Hooey;
Donald Langill;
Ben & Ellen-Jane Moss;
NBCUniversal;
RBC;
Sandra Rotman;
Gerald Schwartz & Heather Reisman;
Shum Vourkoutiotis Fund at the Toronto Community Foundation;
The Slaight Family Foundation;
Kent R. Sobey;
Mary Anne Shaw.