There are less than two weeks until the festival! Take a look at all of the films and programs that will be featured this year!
Since its inception in 2003, the Regent Park Film Festival (RPFF) has been a symbol of empowerment for emerging filmmakers. It is Toronto’s only free-of-charge multicultural community film festival, dedicated to showcasing local and international independent works relevant to inner city communities such as Regent Park. The festival, through […]
We are so excited to launch the 12th Annual Regent Park Film Festival Schedule! Join us November 19-22nd for an amazing four days of films, workshops and discussions. Check out our complete Festival Schedule! Here are some of some exciting Festival Highlights: NEXT: EMERGING DIRECTORS’ SPOTLIGHT Wednesday November 19th […]
The Regent Park Film Festival Fundraising Screening Featuring 2014 Hot Docs Audience Award winning film Hosted by Garvia Bailey (Host of “Good Morning Toronto” on Jazz.FM91) The Backward Class Directed by Madeleine Grant and Produced by Jessica Cheung The Backward Class is a hopeful coming-of-age story. The first class of Dalit (‘untouchable’) caste […]
Kick Start Arts and Regent Park Film Festival present “Acting Skills For Film – A Workshop Series” Learn the basic skills used by actors when performing in film and television. Through hands-on exercises, improvisation and work on scripted scenes, the workshop will give you a chance to learn about […]
RPFFPressRelease – Under the Stars Free Outdoor Screenings
The Regent Park Film Festival is Toronto’s ONLY free-of-charge film festival dedicated to bringing the finest independent and multicultural works relevant to the residents of Regent Park, the oldest and largest low-income housing development in Canada. Every year a group of individuals are selected to form the Festival’s volunteer Selection […]
Regent Park Film Festival is Toronto’s ONLY free-of-charge film festival dedicated to bringing the finest independent and multicultural works relevant to the residents of Regent Park, the oldest and largest low-income housing development in Canada. Each year the Festival presents exciting and engaging school based programming for Grades 1-8 in […]