It’s a wrap! We closed off the 2015 Under The Stars: Movies in the Park season with the Spike Lee classic Do The Right Thing. Hundreds came out for a night of delicious food, music, and our final screening. Do The Right Thing was co-presented with Caribbean Tales International Film […]
It’s been an incredible summer of Under the Stars: Movies in the Park! Each Wednesday for six consecutive weeks, we’ve brought a tremendously enjoyable evening of film and fun to the Regent Park community – which would not have been possible without all our hardworking volunteers! The entire RPFF team […]
Thank you to everyone who came out for the first night of Under The Stars: Movies In The Park on Wednesday, July 15. We co-presented the evening with Scarborough Worldwide Film Festival and they showcased Alicia Harris’ short film Fatherhood, before the feature film Dear White People. It was a HUGE […]
Kick Start Arts is offering a free Film Making Course in partnership with the Regent Park Film Festival. We are looking for 10 interested youth (ages 15-30) to participate in these sessions. This is part of the Regent Park Project – a film making initiative happening in collaboration with community members from Regent Park and beyond.
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 […]
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 […]