Here are a few sneak peaks from series that are close to our RPFF hearts. Debtera and Grounded were both workshopped at our very first Writing the Web Series Intensive and took part in our live script lab at the 15th annual film festival. It’s pretty amazing to see the […]
We’re excited to announce that in partnership with artist-run centre Charles Street Video, we have commissioned eight artists for Home Made Visible. These artists will create media works that reflect on the power of re-claiming, re-framing and personalizing the practice and places of archives. Congratulations to our participating Artists! For more on the Artists Commission check […]
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 […]
Our executive director, Ananya Ohri, sat down with Metro Morning’s Matt Galloway to talk about the importance of home movies and our Nationwide Archival project Home Made Visible. Want to learn more? Visit HomeMadeVisible.ca
Breakfast and a Movie Digital Activism Panel Photographer: Lachlan Fraser My Piece of the City Photographer: Lachlan Fraser Live Script Lab Photographer: Lisa Murzin Home Made Visible: Regent Park Photographer: Lisa Murzin Interruptions Photographer: Adrian Patterson Closing Night Film & Awards Ceremony: Signature Move
Unarmed Verses Photographer: Lachlan Fraser EmancipAction: Music and Politics Photographer: Drake Speed
Whose Streets? Talkback with Ravyn Wngz, Gloria C. Swain and Uranranebi Agbeyegbe, moderated by Desmond Cole. Photograph: Lachlan Fraser Werewolf Talkback Moderated by Now Magazine’s film critic Norman Wilner with director Ashley McKenzie, actor and star Bhreagh MacNeil and Calvin Henschell local harm reduction outreach worker. Photograph: Lachlan Fraser.
Opening Night Reception Photographer: Adrian Patterson Step and Repeat Photographer: Lisa Murzin Emerging Directors’ Spotlight and Pitch Event