Toronto Motorcycle Film Festival - TMFF

  • 01 Oct 2020
  • 10 Oct 2020
  • Toronto, Ontario

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Festival News

TMFF 2020, October 1–10

Announcing This Year's Films

From epic adventures, to the thrill of speed, there is no stopping a great story. 

We recently announced the selection of 20 films that will be screened at this year's festival. Some of the highlights include:

When the Road Ends - Lost in the Pacific from global adventurer Dylan Wickrama, who after journeying 200,000 km across four continents, is stopped in Panama where the road ends, swallowed up by an impenetrable jungle at the Darién Gap. With no choice, Dylan takes to the sea, building a raft powered by his motorcycle in the hope of reaching Colombia's road network 700 km away across the Pacific, despite strong ocean currents and storms;

Somewhere Else Together from two-time award-winning director Daniel Rintz, the story of Daniel and Josephine's three-year journey around the globe, chased by wild elephants, and caught in the cross-fire of a police-smuggler gunfight, among heartfelt moments of connection with local communities; and

The Space Between from executive producers Tom Brady, Michael Strahan, and Gotham Chopra (yup, those guys) that explores why racers continue to risk their lives in pursuit of a win at the world's most dangerous race, the Isle of Man TT.

This year's lineup of international films includes adventurous travelogues, racing documentaries, and touching stories of the human spirit, all told through the lens of motorcycling. 

Brose All the Films

TMFF 2020

Two Ways to Experience TMFF

Festival Pass, individual ticket, and viewing info


October 1–10

View the full selection of TMFF 2020 films at home, on your schedule, and on demand, October 1–10.

For a limited time, Online Festival Passes are on sale for $60. Prices go up to $75 on September 8.

Watch on native TV viewing apps for Apple TV, Roku, and Android TV, or on computers and mobile devices.Grab your Festival Pass


October 1–3

See a few of the spotlighted films on the big screen at the Revue Cinema, October 1–3. Seating will be limited.

Film selection and individual ticket information will be announced in September.

In person screenings are contingent on the Province's reopening guidelines.Gotta Wait

If you have any questions about this year's format or just want to say hello, we'd love to hear from you. Drop us a line at


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