North America’s First Subway Film Festival Celebrates 10 Years in Toronto

September 8, 2016

Toronto – Toronto Urban Film Festival (TUFF), North America’s largest commuter film festival, celebrated its 10th birthday in style with a press conference to launch this year’s milestone festival at Union Station on Wednesday. TUFF 2016 Guest Judge, Toronto Film Commissioner & Director of Entertainment Zaib Shaikh, and TUFF Organizer & Founder Sharon Switzer were among the speakers at the conference, discussing TUFF’s achievements and the importance of promoting accessible art.

Curated from 485 submissions from 60 countries, TUFF’s 10-year-anniversary edition will be screening 72 official selections from 26 countries, 31 of which are from Canada. Reaching 1.4 million people daily.