August 21, 2008

Updated Map

Here's an updated version of the map that Larry McClelland and I put together for TIFF '07. (Click to see a hi-rez version.) I've added the AMC 24 and removed the ROM. The dining suggestions are all courtesy of Larry.

A word of advice to first-timers: Unless they've dramatically overhauled their materials, the map you'll receive from TIFF sucks. You'll save yourself time and frustration by printing out a copy of this map or the one at TIFF Talk.

Rather than create a new post, I've just updated last year's, which explains why there are year-old comments below.

11 comments:

J Robert said...

Well, now that's sweet. A big thank you to Larry and Darren.


J Robert said...

I'm sure others have seen this article, but the NY Times has a piece on the new "hip" section of Toronto. I forget how to include links in comments, so here's the url for you to copy and paste:
http://travel.nytimes.com/2007/09/02/travel/02DayOut.html?8dpc


Kenneth R. Morefield said...

Pack a small travel umbrella. Forecast for rain on Friday.


Dan Dickinson said...

If you're looking for good, cheap (and reasonably fast) thai food near the Ryerson theatre hit Salad King. saladking.com.


Shannon the Movie Moxie said...

Heh, West Queen Street West - interesting description I'd never heard to it refered to as such. It's true though it is really picking up here over the past few years, some parts are still a little rough though.

I know the Drake (at Queen & Beaconsfield) is open til 4 during the festival. The Gladstone might be as well.


Oscar said...
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Kenneth R. Morefield said...

The subways don't run until 9:00 a.m. on Sunday. Bear that in mind when scheduling an early (or midnight) film.


Shannon the Movie Moxie said...

Maps are good!

The AMC at Y&D is actually on the East side of Yonge.


Darren said...

Thanks, Shannon. That makes more sense. I've updated the map.


Grease1739 said...

FYI for the Out of Town people. We won't be picking our packages up in the Manulife Center this year. They changed the location to the Toronto Life Square on the Corner of Yonge and Dundas. It's in the same building as the new AMC theaters, just down 1 floor.


Anonymous said...

Good resource. Just FYI, the TTC station on St. George and Bloor is actually called "St. George", not "Bloor-Danforth" as indicated on this map.