14th Annual Regent Park Film Festival



The Regent Park Film Festival, Toronto’s only free community film festival, celebrates 14 years with the announcement of the 2016 film line-up during its annual Fundraiser and Program Launch, in the heart of the Regent Park Community, at Daniels Spectrum (585 Dundas Street East). Festival Programmer, Diana Cadavid, introduced Films, Workshops, Panels and Virtual Reality Installations that will showcase stories from and about inner city communities across the world, including 34 from Toronto-based filmmakers and 8 filmmakers from the Regent Park Community.

The Festival will open with the well-established and anticipated Emerging Directors’ Spotlight and close with JEAN OF THE JONESES, written and directed by Toronto’s own Stella Meghie. The Festival runs from November 23rd to November 26th, 2016. The full programming is free of charge to the public, including complimentary daycare, all taking place at Daniels Spectrum.

Regent Park Film Festival’s Executive Director, Ananya Ohri said: “As Toronto’s only free film festival we to bring access to incredible films and media experiences to people from all walks of life. We are proud to host the most diverse film-going audiences in the city. Join us in celebrating the magic that happens at the intersection of art and community, and examine its potential to inspire human connection and change.”

For Festival Highlights, Program & Events Please Visit the Regent Park Film Festival Website

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