The Blood in the Snow Film Festival will take place this year from November 18-23, 2024 during the evenings. The Deadly Exposure Industry conference will take place this year during the day time of November 21-23, 2024. The Horror Development Lab will take place during the day from November 18-20, 2024.
Blood in the Snow Film Festival
Isabel Bader Theatre:
Located at: 93 Charles St W, Toronto, ON M5S 2C7
The Isabel Bader Theatre holds 494 seats + 2 wheelchair spots (barrier-free on either side of the 14th row from the screen in orchestra). Seats are removable in this section to allow more spaces for wheelchairs or to provide a seat for a guest that they are coming with. There is a no step row (O) for those with canes or have challenges with steps.
There is accessible public transport within 200m with an accessible route to the venue.
The Isabel Bader Theatre has an accessible washroom on the main floor. There is an outlet to charge a mobility scooter and/or battery-powered wheelchair near the accessibility washroom.
Service animals are permitted in all public spaces. We have a water bowl for service animals at the main entrance/exit.
It is BITS policy that any support person(s) will receive free entry into any screening event with the person they are working with.
Weather and Transportation to Events
The festival events take place in downtown Toronto during fall/winter weather. The theatre foyer is large enough to allow patrons to wait inside while in queue for a screening.
Green P municipal parking are located on the following streets close the the theatre:
Charles Street West
St. Thomas Street
Bloor Street West between St. Thomas and Queen's Park Crescent
Open Caption/ASL Nights
Open caption and descriptive audio screenings will be listed on the ticket site, our website and our program booklet.
There is a quiet sitting space on the 2nd floor of the Isabel Bader Theatre (access available via elevator). Water bottles will be available.
Deadly Exposure / Horror Development Lab:
Located at: 292 Brunswick Ave, Toronto, ON M5S 2M7
The Tranzac Club venue is used for all the festival after-parties and daytime activities, including the Development Lab and the Deadly Exposure Industry Conference.
The Tranzac Club rooms designated for BITS events are on one floor with two accessible washrooms.
Both washrooms are gender-neutral (one with urinals and stalls and one with just stalls).
It is BITS policy that any support person(s) can attend the Deadly Exposure Conference or Development Lab for free.
If you are a filmmaker applying to festival, volunteer, press, or patron please let us know if there is anything we can assist you with.
Please contact Festival Director, Kelly Michael Stewart (firstname.lastname@example.org tel: 416-995-5275) with any questions or concerns.