1h 27min | Comedy | 2019 | PG
Dir. Angela Cheng and Sasie Sealy
- Vision of Tomorrow takes us on a virtual tour of Regent Park, highlighting it’s some significant spots and all it has to offer.
- Art Heart shows us how to make kid-friendly crafts.
This event is FREE and takes place online. Subscribe for free access by filling out the red form on our homepage HERE. If you’ve already subscribed for a previous online event, you can watch the film from the time it goes live until Wednesday August 26th 2021, 11:59PM.
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Set in New York City, an ornery, chain-smoking Chinese Grandma goes all in at the casino, landing herself on the wrong side of luck… and in the middle of a Chinatown gang war.
About our pre-show programming:
Vision of Tomorrow is a grassroots group in Regent Park who believe, begin and build projects and programs that bring a better tomorrow for our communities. In each of our projects and programs, we start with belief. Believe change is possible and then we begin taking direct action with the skills and understanding we currently have. We focus our intentions on building capacity by partnering with stakeholders in the community. Together we combine the necessary ingredients, tools, and resources to achieve each project or program vision of a Better Tomorrow. Visit www.visionoftomorrow.ca.
ArtHeart Community Art Centre has been nurturing the Regent Park community for the past 3 decades; building community and self esteem through free Visual Arts programming. Focused on the creative needs of young families, new immigrants, isolated Adults and Seniors, “ArtHeart” is pleased yet again to collaborate with our fellow Daniel Spectrum tenants, Regent Park Film Festival, bringing creative inspiration to our shared community. Visit www.artheart.ca or Facebook and Instagram @artheartTO.
Tiny Adaptations: Transformative Justice Frame by Frame is a series of short videos for social change produced by emerging filmmakers in the Transformation is Reel six month video arts residency hosted by SKETCH Working Arts. Facilitated by Jahmal Nugent & Naty Tremblay. Artists in residence were invited to explore through digital media what Transformative Justice means & could look like in these unprecedented times. The results are vulnerable, raw & visionary.
Block by Block is a participatory, multimedia program of the Toronto Ward Museum. We train young people to interview community members in their own neighbourhoods about their lived experiences of migration, settlement and civic life. Block by Block is thrilled to be working in Regent Park from 2019-2022 with support from the Regent Park Film Festival and Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre and grateful to all of the Regent Park community members who have contributed so far.
Visit www.wardmuseum.ca or @TOWardMuseum on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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