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Copyright Collective $2M to TIFF

Toronto – Piers Handling, Director & CEO of the Toronto International Film Festival Group announced today an additional contribution from the Copyright Collective of Canada, in the amount of $2 million, making their total donation $3 million.

"We’re delighted that the Copyright Collective of Canada has been so generous in supporting our exciting project and vision for the future,” said Piers Handling, Director & CEO of the Toronto International Film Festival Group. "The gift will enable TIFFG to provide access to films and learning programmes for film enthusiasts for all ages.”

“The Toronto International Film Festival Group will gather everything that is remarkable about the moving image art form into a permanent location,” said Doug Frith, President, Copyright Collective of Canada. “We are honoured to support this organization initiative with our investment.”

TIFFG’s capital project to build Bell Lightbox is generously supported by founding sponsor Bell, the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario who have each contributed $25 million, and a number of other individuals and corporations including but not limited to CIBC, The Copyright Collective of Canada, NBC Universal Canada, VISA, Allan Slaight and family, Brian Linehan Charitable Foundation, the TIFFG Board of Directors and Facility Committee, and our staff. 

Bell Lightbox is made possible through a co-development relationship between the Toronto International Film Festival Group, and the King and John Festival Corporation (KJFC), comprising The Daniels Corporation, filmmaker Ivan Reitman and his sisters Agi Mandel and Susan Michaels.

Total raised to date is $137 million, two thirds of the total campaign of the $196 million, which includes capital funs for the building, an endowment fund, and ongoing operating funds.

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Headline, Industry News

Copyright Collective $2M to TIFF

Toronto – Piers Handling, Director & CEO of the Toronto International Film Festival Group announced today an additional contribution from the Copyright Collective of Canada, in the amount of $2 million, making their total donation $3 million.

"We’re delighted that the Copyright Collective of Canada has been so generous in supporting our exciting project and vision for the future,” said Piers Handling, Director & CEO of the Toronto International Film Festival Group. "The gift will enable TIFFG to provide access to films and learning programmes for film enthusiasts for all ages.”

“The Toronto International Film Festival Group will gather everything that is remarkable about the moving image art form into a permanent location,” said Doug Frith, President, Copyright Collective of Canada. “We are honoured to support this organization initiative with our investment.”

TIFFG’s capital project to build Bell Lightbox is generously supported by founding sponsor Bell, the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario who have each contributed $25 million, and a number of other individuals and corporations including but not limited to CIBC, The Copyright Collective of Canada, NBC Universal Canada, VISA, Allan Slaight and family, Brian Linehan Charitable Foundation, the TIFFG Board of Directors and Facility Committee, and our staff. 

Bell Lightbox is made possible through a co-development relationship between the Toronto International Film Festival Group, and the King and John Festival Corporation (KJFC), comprising The Daniels Corporation, filmmaker Ivan Reitman and his sisters Agi Mandel and Susan Michaels.

Total raised to date is $137 million, two thirds of the total campaign of the $196 million, which includes capital funs for the building, an endowment fund, and ongoing operating funds.

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Headline, Industry News

Copyright Collective $2M to TIFF

Toronto – Piers Handling, Director & CEO of the Toronto International Film Festival Group announced today an additional contribution from the Copyright Collective of Canada, in the amount of $2 million, making their total donation $3 million.

"We’re delighted that the Copyright Collective of Canada has been so generous in supporting our exciting project and vision for the future,” said Piers Handling, Director & CEO of the Toronto International Film Festival Group. "The gift will enable TIFFG to provide access to films and learning programmes for film enthusiasts for all ages.”

“The Toronto International Film Festival Group will gather everything that is remarkable about the moving image art form into a permanent location,” said Doug Frith, President, Copyright Collective of Canada. “We are honoured to support this organization initiative with our investment.”

TIFFG’s capital project to build Bell Lightbox is generously supported by founding sponsor Bell, the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario who have each contributed $25 million, and a number of other individuals and corporations including but not limited to CIBC, The Copyright Collective of Canada, NBC Universal Canada, VISA, Allan Slaight and family, Brian Linehan Charitable Foundation, the TIFFG Board of Directors and Facility Committee, and our staff. 

Bell Lightbox is made possible through a co-development relationship between the Toronto International Film Festival Group, and the King and John Festival Corporation (KJFC), comprising The Daniels Corporation, filmmaker Ivan Reitman and his sisters Agi Mandel and Susan Michaels.

Total raised to date is $137 million, two thirds of the total campaign of the $196 million, which includes capital funs for the building, an endowment fund, and ongoing operating funds.

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