We’re checking in on our three Live it to Learn it interns. All three participants were selected to take part in our paid internship series that provides work experience behind the scenes in Toronto’s TV and film industry. Let’s see what they’ve been up to. Visiting the Set Kim’s Convenience Nathan Allen was on […]
Regent Park Film Festival
Call For Submissions is now open! We are currently accepting submissions for the 16th Annual Regent Park Film Festival! It’s free to submit, find out how.
ICYMI or if you’d just like to re-watch the Talkback after our Whose Streets? program check it out below. Moderated by Toronto journalist Desmond Cole and featuring Ravyn Wngz, Gloria Swain and Uranranebi Agbeyegbe. Videographer: Peter Ko
Digital activism can take shape in many forms. We take this journey into Digital Activism and resistance through the lens of collaboration between Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists. How do we work together to engage our common struggles and navigate the differences – both in the art we produce and the process of production? The panel […]
REGENT PARK FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES NATIONWIDE ARCHIVAL PROJECT HOME MADE VISIBLE Toronto – Thursday, Oct 12, 2017, The Regent Park Film Festival in partnership with Charles Street Video (CSV) and York University Libraries launches a nationwide project addressing an important gap in our national archives. Home movies capture important memories for families; they also provide […]
The 15th Annual Regent Park Film Festival lineup is now live! Shorts, docs, features, workshops and more! Come out on November 15-18 and celebrate our 15th year! Check out the full schedule here. You can register your free seats here.
HOME MADE VISIBLE: FILM COMMISSIONING PROJECT REGENT PARK FILM FESTIVAL Regent Park Film Festival is seeking proposals from emerging to mid-career Indigenous media artists and media artists of colour across Canada to create short (5-10 minutes) works that engage with personal or institutional archives and reflect on how they shape our understanding of the past, […]
Join us for RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World on Thursday, October 12! Cocktail Reception: 6:30pm – 7:30pm Film and Talkback: 7:30pm – 10:30pm Find out more details about the event here, or purchase your early bird tickets today, here.
Our Live It To Learn It interns have all started their work on some of Toronto’s most exciting TV sets: Kim’s Convenience, Murdoch Mysteries and Frankie Drake Mysteries. They’ll be spending time behind the scenes, learning the tricks of the trade. This week we caught up with Baker Albach who filled us in on what […]