Call for Festival Programming Committee Members!

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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 Programming […]

We’re Hiring: Programmer

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ABOUT US The Regent Park Film Festival is Toronto’s only free-of-charge community film festival, dedicated to showcasing local and international independent works relevant to inner-city communities like Regent Park, the largest and oldest public housing project in Canada. The Festival’s principal activity is to organize an annual festival along with […]

Hot Docs International Film Festival Co-Presentation of Dreamcatcher

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Regent Park Film Festival is proud to be co-presenting Dreamcatcher at this year’s Hot Docs International Film Festival April 23 – May 3. Film: Brenda Myers-Powell is a powerful force. In a van with the word “Dreamcatchers” emblazoned on its side, she drives through the streets of Chicago in the middle […]

Words From Our Volunteers: Pamela

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Pamela Neblett (left) has been one of our most dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers since she began with us last summer during Under The Stars. Pamela’s outgoing and kind spirit helped attract many Regent Park folk to our free community screenings. Always with a big smile and contagious laugh, Pamela was […]

Free Your Mind Hip Hop Education Stemposium

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LOCATION CHANGED TO CENTRAL TECH (725 Bathurst Street) Regent Park Film Festival has partnered with Free Your Mind HIP HOP Education STEMposium to present a free screening of How Hip Hop Changed The World. Free Your Mind aims to mobilize the power, popularity and potential of hip hop culture, as well as […]

Black Men Loving Community Events

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The Film Black Men Loving is a heart-warming film that challenges racial assumptions and stereotypes often associated with Black fathers in the media. Through short intimate profiles with men from Regent Park and across Toronto, the film strives to share a new perspective on Black fathers, as they take on […]