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#QuarantineLife: Stay-At-Home Cinema From TIFF & Crave

From a media release:

#QuarantineLife
Festival Films
From TIFF & Crave 


The Toronto International Film Festival and Canadian streaming service Crave have teamed up to bring viewers their film festival fixes while we're all stuck at home — including special guests and interviews in real time.

Stay-at-Home Cinema
We want to share the magic of filmgoing together while we watch from home. With this in mind, TIFF has curated a series from Crave’s extensive selection of titles, accompanied by conversations with special guests via Instagram. Ask questions and share your thoughts @TIFF_NET.

We — and a few thousand friends — will be watching with you.

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Toronto International Film Festival Stay-at-Home Cinema, screening on Crave, shares the magic of filmgoing, together at home.

During every film, follow along on Twitter with #TIFFAtHome.

ANTHROPOCENE: The Human Epoch — Wednesday, April 22

On National Canadian Film Day and Earth Day, join us at 7pm EDT for an Instagram Live (@tiff_net) virtual Q&A with Cameron Bailey, Jennifer Baichwal, and Nicholas de Pencier. At 7:30pm EDT, audiences can watch the documentary on Crave.



The Hate U Give — Friday, April 24

This Friday, join us for a screening of George Tillman, Jr.’s gripping adaptation of Angie Thomas' novel. Cameron's guest is to be confirmed.



Bad Education — Saturday, April 25

Join us at 8pm EDT for an Instagram Live (@tiff_net) virtual Q&A with Cameron Bailey and actor Geraldine Viswanathan. At 8:30pm EDT, audiences are invited to join us on Crave for the film’s premiere.

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