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Toronto Motorcycle Film Festival launches video-on-demand service

The Toronto Motorcycle Film Festival has launched TMFF Cinema, its video-on-demand service with a diverse selection of feature-length and short films about adventure, racing, and motorcycling culture, along with filmmaker Q&A discussions.

At launch, the collection includes award-winning and alumni films, along with several new releases. TMFF Cinema also includes exclusive content, films not available anywhere else such as two-time award winner The Unfamiliar Road and critically acclaimed Take None Give None, with additional films to be added regularly.

TMFF Cinema Exclusive: The Unfamiliar Road

The TMFF 2018 Best Feature Film and People’s Choice Award Winner follows Daniel Greening from Perth, Western Australia to London in the United Kingdom enduring everything from the scorching Australian outback to the ice and snow of the Himalayas. 37,000 km and 24 countries.

TMFF Cinema Exclusive: Take None Give None

This critically acclaimed film has won awards for its all-access portrait of the Chosen Few MC who openly describe themselves as “one percenters.” The film provides an interesting view into America’s racial history, and the common ground brought about by motorcycles.

“We’re stoked about the ability to share our favourite films with the world. It will be everything people love about our annual motorcycle film festival, brought to your home, year-round, and available to a global audience,” says Festival Director Caius Tenche.

The five-year-old festival has been showing films online for about a year since COVID-19 made it impossible to have in-person screenings. Now, with TMFF Cinema, movie lovers can watch any film in the Festival’s catalogue at any time. Films are watchable on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV or Firestick, Chromecast, Android TV, and Smart TV as well as from a PC, notebook, mobile device or tablet. Film rentals will start at CAD 6.99+tax for feature films and CAD 3.99+tax for shorts, with numerous films available to watch for free. With each rental, TMFF will split the profits with the filmmakers, supporting their craft and furthering the festival’s cultural mission.

TMFF Cinema can be accessed at torotomotofilmfest/tmff-cinema.

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Since 2017 the Toronto Motorcycle Film Festival has been celebrating the intersection of motorcycles, film, and the arts and is the first and only Canadian festival dedicated to screening movies focused on motorcycles and the incredible culture of motorcycling.

Held over multiple days, the annual festival presents a mix of full feature and short films produced by both large and independent filmmakers and includes red-carpet meet-and-greet parties, Q&A sessions with filmmakers, producers and cast, as well as juried awards. A panel of judges from the media, industry and motorcycle community choose the winning films for Best Feature Film, Best Short, and Best Canadian Film, while the audience will vote for their favourite film which will receive the People’s Choice award.

For more information contact Caius Tenche, Festival Director for the [email protected].