Two young boys living in the slums of Chennai want to get their first taste of pizza.
A coming-of-age story about a First Nations girl, who triumphs over obstacles with the help of her natural gifts, a teacher, her ancestors, and a wild wolf who befriends her.
The Attawapiskat fights back against the environmental degradation caused by the De Beers diamond mine.
Lowdown Tracks follows 5 homeless people living on the margins and using music as a means of survival and solace.
The Jane & Finch Corridor in the 1980s was known for poverty, vandalism and violence but what was it really like for those that lived there?
A video essay that acts as a time capsule and takes us back to Regent Park as it was in the late 90’s.
A portrait of a young female boxer who fights against all odds to make it to the Olympics
When a community fails to come together and protect their own, a young girl suffers the consequences.
A story of a young Afghan girl who harbors a dream to go to school, a decision that eventually changes her future.
A coming of age story with a difference.
Ravi Patel, a young Indian-American travels across the world in a quest to find love, joined by his meddling parents who go to great lengths to help him find the perfect match.
A man travels through his hometown on a bike unveiling the stories of the invisible members of the communities.
In this comical and entertaining animated film, Tess Martin skilfully takes us on a snowball’s short journey across a bank of snow.
Anna uses a strange pet she discovers in the school playground in an attempt to gain power over her schoolyard bullies
A very real illustration of what war and occupation could look like in the city of Toronto.
This animated short teaches us about how our water reaches our homes and the impact we have on the water cycle.
Charlee’s 1 year abortion anniversary is interrupted when she discovers a family secret and decides to speak up.
On two opposite sides of a war, two men reunite in the most unpredictable of circumstances
Three Walks is a series of stop-motion animations that explore how we construct a sense of place from the spaces we inhabit.
An intricate stop motion animation that weaves together personal stories and indigenous folklore.
The film looks at the current realities of food insecurity in one of the most isolated places in Canada.
A story about two people who attempt to develop a friendship across borders and two distinct cultures.
Nine-year-old Jia Qing is struggling in class and decides to take matters into her own hands when her teacher tries to get in touch with her parents.
The garden of immigrants in Scarborough tells the story of their previous lives in Afghanistan.
Residents in a housing estate in Taipei build community from the rubbles of their demolished homes.
A lyrical animated film about realizing one’s own inner beauty and self-worth.
A story of home that goes beyond the negative headlines and statistics.
Shade features the personal and political poetry of two emerging Somali poets, Zeinab and Shadiya Aidid
A musical dialogue between tradition and modernity.
A hot day in a working-class neighborhood. There’s trouble in the air as young and old take to the streets.
A monster named Lilly goes for a special day at the salon where everyone watches as she goes through her beauty rituals.
A little girl encounters her first experience with bullying one morning on the school bus.
3 women re-tell the legend known as The Story of a Lover’s Leap.
This portrait of 3 transmen gives an insight as to what it is like for your body and identity to be at the intersection of racism and sexism.
In small town in Northern France, a young skinhead and an older Muslim man cross paths over a cup of tea.
In pursuit of the Yo Yo championships, we take a glimpse into the life of 12-year old Kohel Mintz.
Nayan finds a mysterious glass eye that he uses to curse anyone he sets his eye on.
An artist reflects on his life and work on his reserve in Kahnawake
A story of four performers living in the projects of New York city and the ways in which they face challenges towards pursuing their artistic ambitions.
An informative PSA highlighting the effects and consequences of bullying.
Members of the Regent Park School of Music’s community band produced and scored a stop motion animation that looks at the power of music. This next generation of Regent Park’s creative talent will perform their score to accompany an exclusive screening of their film.
Through a family pilgrimage to the Navratri festival the filmmaker comes to an understanding of motherhood.
A lesson about the consequences of our actions told through shadows.
One episode of a web series that is being developed as part of Kick Start Art Society’s Regent Park Project.
A profile picture is worth a thousand words in this story of who we are, today.
The comparison of childhood memories with present day experiences illustrated through home footage.
An intimate portrait of a young undocumented teenager and her autistic brother.