On Thursday, October 18th at our Annual Fundraiser we launched our full festival lineup for the 16th Annual Regent Park Film Festival. This year’s lineup includes 44 films, including our very own Home Made Visible artists collection. The entire Regent Park Film Festival offers FREE ADMISSION and FREE CHILDCARE and runs Nov. 14 – 17th, 2018. […]
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In partnership with the8fest, the 16th Annual Regent Park Film Festival is excited to host a hands-on filmmaking workshop using Super 8 film, the classic “home movie” format. Participating in the workshop, you will be introduced to shooting and developing film, and to how to record your own experience in the very special quality of Super 8 […]
Home Made Visible at the sixth annual York University Department of History’s Public History Symposium. The Symposium will showcase organizations in Toronto that are dedicated to preserving the historical records of immigrants and their organizations, and democratizing access to historical knowledge in and about their communities. Join Home Made Visible’s Project Manager Elizabeth Mudenyo for a round table discussion on Diversifying […]
We’re excited to announce that the Home Made Visible collection is now available online thanks our Archival Partner, York University Libraries website! You can view select excerpts from participants here. Note: We strongly advise streaming with a Chrome browser. Image Courtesy of the Truong/Tram family The collection is still growing, and will be the first home video archive […]
Home Made Visible is expanding Canada’s media archives Home Made Visible launched last fall and as we reach the midway point of our project, we took a moment to reflect on the project’s impact thus far and how we’re widening our reach.
Thank you to rabble.ca for being Media Sponsor for Re:collections, the Home Made Visible symposium on how BIPOC communities are engaging in archiving and counter-archiving, held on Saturday, April 28th, 2018 at the Toronto Media Arts Centre (TMAC). (Photo Credit: Adrian Patterson) Check out the podcast on rabble radio: the ‘Homemade Visible’ Project’s goal is to increase […]