All registered TIFF Kids industry delegates have access to the following venues and services:
Where: Bell Blue Room, 3rd floor, TIFF Bell Lightbox
April 17 (1:00pm – 4:00pm)
April 18 (10:00am – 11:00am, 1:00pm – 4:00pm)
April 19 (10:00am – 12:00pm, 1:00pm – 4:00pm)
When the Industry Lounge is not being used for an event it is a quiet space where registered delegates can meet and network with fellow professionals.
Industry Screening Library
Where: Learning Studio C, 3rd Floor, TIFF Bell Lightbox
Hours: April 15 – 19 (10:00am – 4:00pm)
If a delegate cannot attend a specific screening they will be able to visit our onsite Screening Library, which includes DVDs of the films selected for the festival. (Please note: not all DVDs are guaranteed to be available)
Online Delegate Resources
To gain access to the following resources please log in to the secured section of our website using the information on your confirmation letter.
The Delegates Guide is a detailed list of all registered industry delegates attending the festival. The contact information listed is what the delegate agreed to publish.
The Delegates Search is a tool that allows you to locate the online profiles of fellow industry delegates who are also attending the festival.
If any of your contact information changes after you have registered, please use the Profile Edit tool to update it. Your updates will be visible on your profile within two business days.
Roundtable Sign Up
Due to the limited space at our Roundtable Sessions interested delegates will have to RSVP for these events.
The schedule is a breakdown of all industry related events during the festival.
TIFF Kids Public Guide
The TIFF Kids Public Guide is a digital copy of the same book that delegates will receive in their delegate bags upon picking up their passes. It features a list of the films screening at the festival and in-depth descriptions.
The Rights List provides a list of all of the films playing at TIFF Kids 2013 — with additional information such as the director, which programme the film is a part of, the run time, the page the film is on in the programme book and film tags/key words to describe the film. If applicable, the international sales agency representing the film, the contact information of a sales agent, and the available territories are also listed.