Banger Films and Revolver Films release TRIUMPH:Rock N Roll Machine, a musical documentary on Friday, September 10th at the 46th Annual 2021 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).
So excited to share this HOT OFF THE PRESS!! Banger Films and Revolver Films release ‘Rock n Roll Machine’ music documentary on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, at the 46th Annual 2021 TIFF as 1 of 200+ masterpieces running September 9th thru the 18th HERE’S A SNEAK PEEK https://www.tiff.net/events/triumph-rock-amp-roll-machine
Fri, Sep 10th IN-PERSON at the TIFF Bell Lightbox for Press & Industry only at 9:30 am and will be released to FANS Fri, Sep 10th at the RBC Lakeside Drive-In at Ontario Place at 9:00 pm. https://www.tiff.net/tickets21 Drive-in (car with 1–2 people) $49 Drive-in (car with 3+ people) $69 Open-air Cinema (lawn access for 2 people) $38 *Prices include taxes and fees. TIFF prefers Visa.
So thrilled for this release as we had the honor of being 1 of the 150 elite private guests included in this documentary based on the life and times of Canada’s iconic musical gems, the legendary TRIUMPH.
As well, I was excited to be selected that same day as a media source at this rare 1 on 1 Triumph Fan Fantasy’s musically historic moment, on November 16th, 2019.
Rock N Roll Machine is Produced by Banger Films and Revolver Films 97 minute English documentary release with Directors Sam Dunn, Marc Ricciardelli. The cast: Gil Moore, Mike Levine, Rik Emmett. Cinematography with Simon Shohet, Daniel Williams with Editor Marc Ricciardelli. Executive Producers Sam Dunn, Scot McFadyen, Randy Lennox, Don Allan, Martin Katz, and Producers Scot McFadyen, Sam Dunn, Marc Ricciardelli, and Ralph Chapman. Production Designer Derek Tokar with Screenplay by Ralph Chapman. Canadian Distributor Bell Media with International Sales Agent Round Hill Music.
Tiff’s 2021 in-person and digital Festival features exciting films, special events, talks, tributes, and interactive experiences The 46th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) features 10 days of exceptional international and Canadian cinema with close to 200 films in its Official Selection. Official Selection, unparalleled events featuring acclaimed industry guests, and TIFF’s Industry Conference. Recognized as the world’s largest public film festival, TIFF is bringing the theatrical experience back to life and continues its reputation as both a leader in amplifying under-represented cinematic voices and a bellwether for programming award-winning films from around the globe. Experience TIFF in person with single tickets to in-cinema, drive-in, and open-air cinema screenings and from home with tickets for TIFF’s digital film screenings, available across Canada. All details are available at https://tiff.net
In-person screenings at TIFF Bell Lightbox, Roy Thomson Hall, the Visa Screening Room at the Princess of Wales Theatre, Scotiabank Theatre, and Festival Village at the iconic Ontario Place punctuate this year’s Festival. Festival Village at Ontario Place comprises the Cinesphere IMAX Theatre, the Visa Skyline Drive-in, the RBC Lakeside Drive-In, and the West Island Open Air Cinema.
TIFF 2021 highlights also include screenings across Canada and the return of the digital TIFF Bell Lightbox and TIFF Bell Digital Talks platforms. The Festival’s public digital experience is presented by Bell, with film screenings on digital TIFF Bell Lightbox available across Canada. In Conversation With… talks and interactive Q&A sessions with actors and creators will be hosted on TIFF Bell Digital Talks, available worldwide. To increase the accessibility of the Festival, all films screened digitally will be closed-captioned.
The 2021 TIFF Tribute Awards will be co-produced by Bell Media Studios and for the second straight year will be broadcast nationally by CTV and streamed internationally by Variety. This year, the Tribute Awards event and fundraiser will honor Jessica Chastain, Benedict Cumberbatch, Denis Villeneuve, and Alanis Obomsawin with more honourees to follow in the coming weeks. Past recipients of the Tribute Awards have gone on to win awards on the international stage such as Chloé Zhao, Mati Diop, Joaquin Phoenix, Tracey Deer, Taika Waititi, and Sir Anthony Hopkins. Details are available at: http://tiff.net/tiff-tribute-awards
TIFF is generously supported by Lead Sponsor Bell, Major Sponsors RBC, L’Oréal Paris, and Visa, and Major Supporters the Government of Ontario, Telefilm Canada, and the City of Toronto. TIFF Film Circuit is presented in partnership with Telefilm Canada and supported by Ontario Creates.
- TIFF 2021
- KEY DATES
- COVID-19 PROTOCOLS
Individual Tickets TIFF is excited to welcome back Festival goers, press, and industry to the Toronto International Film Festival and the city of Toronto for this year’s in-person and digital screenings. Join us for 10 days of exceptional international and Canadian cinema with over 150 films in the Official Selection and unparalleled events featuring acclaimed industry guests. As a result of increased capacities in cinemas in Ontario and the opening of the border, TIFF has added to its list of venues to accommodate a number of in-person Public and Press & Industry screenings. We are working closely with the Province of Ontario, the City of Toronto, and public health officials on the safe operation of our TIFF Festival venues.
Get tickets to in-person and digital screenings and events starting September 4 for TIFF Members and September 6 for the public. Please review the KEY DATES to see when you can purchase tickets. Don’t forget: TIFF Members get access to Festival tickets first. Join today from just $99! https://www.tiff.net/membership
In-Person Screenings & Events Join us in-person for screenings at TIFF Bell Lightbox, Roy Thomson Hall, the Visa Screening Room at the Princess of Wales Theatre, the Cinesphere Theatre at Ontario Place, and the Scotiabank Theatre. Regular film screenings$25 Premium film screenings $40 *Prices include taxes and fees. TIFF prefers Visa. https://www.tiff.net/
You can also join us for outdoor screenings at Ontario Place Festival Village, including the Visa Skyline Drive-In, the RBC Lakeside Drive-In, and the West Island Open Air Cinema at Ontario Place. Drive-in (car with 1–2 people) $49 Drive-in (car with 3+ people) $69. Open-air Cinema (lawn access for 2 people) $38 *Prices include taxes and fees. TIFF prefers Visa. TO PURCHASE TICKETS AND full details visit https://www.tiff.net/
Digital Screenings & Events – Join Festival 2021 from anywhere in Canada with the return of digital film screenings on digital TIFF Bell Lightbox, TIFF’s online film platform.
New this year: Digital screenings have a scheduled start date and time, just like our in-person screenings. Ticket holders will have a four-hour window to start and complete each film. Digital Regular film screenings$19 Digital Premium film screenings $26. *Prices include taxes and fees. TIFF prefers Visa.
Join the biggest names in film on TIFF Bell Digital Talks, the Festival’s online talks, and events platform. Available worldwide. In Conversation With… events, $12 (FREE for TIFF Members) *Prices include taxes and fees. TIFF prefers Visa.‘
Digital Ticket Packages – Digital ticket packages are now off-sale. If you purchased a digital ticket package, you will be sent the date and time of your digital ticket package redemption via email on August 23. Digital film selection starts August 29 for TIFF Members and September 1 for the public.
Your Health and Safety. – As a result of the opening of the border and increased capacities in cinemas in Ontario, TIFF has added to its list of venues to accommodate a number of additional Public and Press & Industry in-person screenings. At TIFF Festival venues, government health and safety guidelines will be strictly enforced.
Currently, those guidelines have social distancing measures in place, including limited capacity in each cinema, with masks required to be worn at all times. In addition, there will be no concessions available to indoor audiences. Concessions will be available at outdoor venues. See more information on TIFF’s COVID-19 Protocols https://tiff.net/covid-19
TIFF has put mitigating measures in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. However, attending in-person events could increase your risk of contraction. By entering the venue, you voluntarily assume all risks and agree that you will not hold TIFF liable for any illness that may result.