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15th Annual Regent Park Film Festival
November 23, 2017FREE
Welcome to the 15th Annual Regent Park Film Festival! We are Toronto’s only free community film festival. The works we present break stereotypes and show that no one place or person has just one story.
Seats fill up quickly, so we recommend you reserve your seats as soon as possible. All programs are completely free. See the full schedule here!
WHAT’S NEW AT THE FESTIVAL THIS YEAR?
VIRTUAL SPACE – An on ongoing interactive space featuring web-based projects, virtual reality (VR) and digital installations: Black Lives Matter MPLS by Chuck Olsen, The Tastes of the Name by Serena Lee, Poetry for Excitable [Mobile] Media by Jason Lewis and Bruno Nadeau, Universe Within by Katerina Cizek (HIGHRISE), and The Every Day Installation. No reservation required, open to the public 11:00AM – 8:00PM all festival long.
FAMILY PROGRAM – Families are vital to our communities, so much so that we have dedicated an entire day of programming for parents and children, grandparents and grandkids to enjoy together. The Family Program films are rated PG or less, and children are welcome to get up and move around during the show.
In addition to the Annual Film Festival and Under the Stars: Movies in the Park, we host year-round film screenings, school programs and workshops at no cost. Learn more here.
All our programming at the Regent Park Film Festival is absolutely free to attend, and we’re working hard to keep it that way. Help us make it possible again this year by becoming a member at the Lights, Camera or Action Level.