Toronto LGBT Film Festival
The 2019 Toronto LGBT Film Festival takes place May 23 - June 2, 2019.
Ticket Packages are now on sale! Learn more and purchase yours HERE.
SAVE THE DATE: THE FESTIVAL LAUNCH PARTY IS FRIDAY, MAY 3!
Join Inside Out as we announce the Official Program for the 2019 Toronto LGBT Film Festival at the newly opened Artscape Daniels Launchpad! Click here for more details.
Flight Discounts to #InsideOut19
Inside Out is proud to work with our Official Airline, Delta, to bring our film and industry guests to the festival. With Delta's support, we're able to bring more LGBTQ filmmakers and storytellers to Toronto to share their experiences with our community.
Toronto will be teeming with filmmakers from all over the world for #InsideOut19 and we need your help to make them feel at home! Our Homestay Program is a very special part of our festival hospitality and it's a great way to meet the artists and be involved with the festival.
If you have an extra room that you could make available to a filmmaker, please notify us by filling out this form.
Any availability is great - one night, two nights, or even the entire run of the festival! All volunteers will be rewarded with undying gratitude and tickets to screenings and parties at this year’s festival.
2018 Festival Program
Click HERE for the 2018 Toronto Film Festival Website!
In 1991, Inside Out celebrated its first film and video festival with a small community of people who yearned to see film and video created by and about lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people. Over the next two decades, the Festival grew in scope as well as attendance, becoming the largest event of its kind in Canada and one of the top five LGBT film festivals in the world. Taking place over 11 days, the Festival draws crowds of close to 35,000 to screenings, artist talks, panel discussions, installations and parties that highlight more than 200 films and videos from Canada and around the world. In 2009 Inside Out welcomed RBC Royal Bank as the Presenting Sponsor for the Festival and in 2011, the Festival moved its screening to the state-of-the-art TIFF Bell Lightbox, increasing its attendance, media coverage and industry presence and solidifying Inside Out's reputation as an international leader in the presentation of queer film.