Whether you’re attending this year’s Toronto International Film Festival virtually or in-person, there are plenty of films to go around. To make the festivities even more entertaining, TIFF has launched the first-ever Letterboxd Scavenger Hunt.
Open for anyone attending the festival, the TIFF Scavenger Hunt includes categories such as a film that’s 100 minutes or less— try Antoine Fuqua’s The Guilty or Céline Sciamma’s Petite Maman— and any of the Canadian films playing at this year’s fest, where you could go with Danis Goulet’s Night Raiders or Éric Warin and Tahir Rana’s animated Charlotte.
You can see the full list of categories that you need to tick off to complete the hunt at the official list from TIFF’s HQ page, where you can also share your Scavenger Hunt picks in the comments section.
Be sure to check out Wood’s list with the rules for any Letterboxd Scavenger Hunt, where you can also peruse many of the previous hunts that have been run over the years.
(Header image from ‘The Guilty’)