TMFF is back September 17–25 (revised) with more of the newest and best motorcycle films from around the world; available online and in theatre. Yes, you read that right, in theatre.
As things continue to evolve and open up, we’re planning:
in-person screenings at the Revue Cinema and exploring additional locations around the Toronto area,
online screenings available worldwide via TMFF Cinema,
virtual and live Q&As with filmmakers, and
opportunities for us to get together and celebrate.
To get you stoked, here are just a few of the feature films we’ll be premiering:
972 Breakdowns – On the Landway to New York
Daniel von Rüdiger’s incredible adventure riding four Ural motorcycles across three continents over two and a half years, and as you might guess, there were problems.
Stéphane Gautronneau’s The Wall is a voyeuristic and moody introspective at the nearly 100 year old Motodrom wall of death through the eyes of one of its famed riders, Donald Ganslmeier.
Wide of the Mark
Cameron Brunt’s Wide of the Mark is a wild and gritty two-week off-road adventure across Tasmania on hand-built motorcycles based on every commuter bikes.
In August, we’ll announce the rest of this year’s selection of films along with scheduling and ticketing information at torontomotofilmfest.com