463 Bathurst St., TorontoLong-standing film screening and lecture series features movies, cartoons, documentaries and random cinematic oddities, complete with talks by operator Reg
350 King Street West, TorontoAnnual celebration of French language cinema. More than 40 feature films presented. Held in March. Single tickets $12, student/seniors $10.
350 King Street West, TorontoClassic, new and avant-garde films. Adult $12, senior/student $9.50.
Harbourfront Centre, TorontoFree films shown lakeside on a big outdoor screen. Every summer. Check website for movie lineup.
100 University Ave., TorontoGerman language and culture centre. Single screening $5. English subtitles. Call for more information.
TorontoShowcase for Aboriginal creativity. Feature films, shorts, documentaries, radio, TV and more. Held in October. Screenings: $7.
150 John St., TorontoView the best in Canadian animated, documentary, short and feature films in the state-of-the-art personal viewing stations. New titles added
TorontoAnnual showcase of international environmental film and video festival. Approximately 85 films are screened this year. Held in October. Tickets
TorontoAnnual festival showcases features and short films exploring mental illness and addiction. Each program is followed by a panel discussion
770 Don Mills Road, TorontoFilms shown on a spectacular 24 m (79 ft.) dome screen with state-of-the-art wraparound sound. See website for full lineup.
350 King St. W., TorontoThe year-round home of the Toronto International Film Festival is a five-storey complex with five public theatres, two galleries and
506 Bloor St. W., TorontoAnnual event showcasing new and award-winning horror, sci-fi, fantasy, action, animated and cult films from around the world. Held in