Featuring over 50 Films, including 4 North American Premieres, 19 Canadian Premieres and 10 Toronto Premieres International, Canadian and Toronto Premieres!



The 28th Toronto Jewish Film Festival is pleased to present TJFF2020 Online: Fall Edition from October 22 – November 1

TJFF2020 Online: Fall Edition features over 50 Films, including 4 North American Premieres, 19 Canadian Premieres and 10 Toronto Premieres International, Canadian and Toronto Premieres, all accessible for viewers in Ontario, Canada offering larger-than-life tales from around the world about dreamers, troublemakers, heroes, revolutionaries, outsiders and outliers.

50+ films featuring the best in Jewish-content film from Canada and around the world:

  • Dramas
  • Comedies
  • Documentaries
  • Archival films
  • Short films


Enjoy it all from the comfort of your couch!

Click here to view the full schedule.

Click here to view the festival lineup.

Click here for festival highlights.

In an effort to support the community during this time, the TJFF2020 Online: Fall Edition will offer support to grassroots organizations Mazon Canada and The Stop Community Food Centre, as part of an initiative to help ensure the provision and distribution of emergency food to those most in need and yet often neglected. More information HERE.

We understand that you may have questions about how the online Festival works.  We have tried to anticipate some of them with our TJFF2020 Online Festival FAQ 

We look forward to reuniting together in cinemas in the future, but until then please save the dates October 22 – November 1 and plan to join us in the TJFF Virtual Cinema.


Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

Start Date October 22, 2020

Closing Date November 1, 2020


Downtown Toronto

TJFF Virtual Cinema and Zoom


Variable Pricing


If accessibility options not listed, please contact the venue to confirm

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