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Toronto Food Film Fest

Toronto FOOD
Film Fest 2022


OCT 14-17, 2022

Toronto Food Film Fest is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and showcasing thought-provoking independent films about food from around the world. 


Don't miss your chance to discover mouth-watering and conversation-starting independent films about food along with curated snacks, workshops, and unique tasting menus at Toronto’s only multi-day food film festival.

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Frequently asked questions

When is the Toronto Food Film Fest?
The 2022 Toronto Food Film Fest will run Friday, Oct 14th until Monday, Oct 17th, 2022. This years festival will be hybrid with most events taking place in-person. Check out our full film selection and pass information!


What is the Toronto Food Film Fest all about?

The Toronto Food Film Fest is truly a celebration of independent film making, food and culture!

We have an amazing line up of films, workshops, talks and curated snacks.

What is a Food Film Fest?

Great question! Our food and film festival is focused on films about food. So much of our cultural identity is embedded in what we eat. Think about your childhood memories, you can probably remember what your grandma’s house smelled like when she was cooking on a Sunday afternoon, or what you ate on your first date with the person who is now your spouse. When you travel, trying the local cuisine is a highlight! We want to celebrate all of these story-telling moments, good or bad, that surround food.

Where can we buy tickets and how much are they?

Passes are on currently on sale. Single ticket and general admission open on Sept 19th. 

How can I submit my film?

Submissions for TFFF2022 closed on June 24th, visit: for more information. 

Will there be awards for filmmakers?

Yes! Thanks to our kind sponsors, Rolling Pictures and Sim, we will be presenting "People's Choice" and "Best Cinematography" awards to filmmakers.

How many film screenings will there be?
This year, we are bringing a total of 26 films from local and international filmmakers. Screenings are open to a combination of shorts, features, documentaries and scripted!  Movie lovers will get to enjoy a “screen to plate” experience with carefully curated snacks from our local restaurants and vendors.

Will there be food and drink?
So much food & drink! Patrons will get to enjoy a “screen to plate” experience with carefully
 curated snacks from our local restaurants and vendors. There are also many food demos, dinners and tastings - full details announcing Sept 19th.

What is the Toronto Food Film Fest doing about accessibility?

If the cost of attending this event is prohibitive to you, please email us at to see if there are any “Pay it Forward” tickets available. The option to "Pay it Forward" is available upon checkout for those who want to donate.

We have consulted with Reel Access Discovery Forum through Inside Out on improving accessibility throughout the event. We will be implementing many of the initiatives and will be promoting our efforts to inspire others. ALS interpreters will be available upon request. 

How do I watch virtually? 

Please go to and put in your voucher code under "Ticket Holders" or put in your login details (same one you used to buy the pass). Email if you have any issues. 


Land Acknowledgement

The Toronto Food Film Fest would like to acknowledge the land on which we gather is located on the treaty territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit, and the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat nations. 

We recognize that this territory is covered by the Dish with One Spoon treaty, an agreement between the Anishinaabeg, Mississaugas and Haudenosaunee Confederacy to share the territory and protect the land.

We encourage you to reflect on the history of the land that you are on and your relationship to that land. 

Today, the meeting place of Toronto, or Tkaronto, is the home to many Indigenous people all over Turtle Island.

We are grateful to have the opportunity to work, live, and learn on this land.



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