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TIFF Home Exhibition

Developed by TIFF and the King and John Festival Corporation, HOME is a heritage programme that tells the stories of the people, communities and organizations that have lived at King and John streets since Toronto’s emergence as a city. The exhibition details the origin of Toronto’s first civilian hospital and includes a permanent display of artifacts with interpretive panels.

HOME also features two short films, “Starting Over: The Legacy of Leslie and Clara Reitman” and “Home” which were created for the permanent display and let you explore the history of the people, the communities and the land on which TIFF Bell Lightbox now resides.

TIFF Home Exhibition

03 Mar 2016 –
31 Mar 2016

 

Exhibition
Mar 1 – Mar 31 2016

Film Reference Library Hours:
Tuesday-Wednesday: 12:00PM – 5:00PM
Thursday: 12:00PM – 7:00PM
Friday-Saturday: 12:00PM – 5:00PM

*Permanent exhibition on view

TIFF Bell Lightbox, Film Reference Library
350 King Street West, Toronto

Filed under:
Film,Objects

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