We’re currently seeking Workshop Facilitators for Community Archiving Project As part of the Regent Park Film Festival (RPFF) commitment to fostering diversity and meaningful inclusion in the Canadian media industry and arts community, this position prioritizes applications by applicants who identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Color, person with disabilities, woman, queer, trans or non-binary […]
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‘What Is Home?’ Facilitator: Alejandra Higuera Number of participants: 10-15 (Space is limited!) Date: Monday, Jan 7, 2019 Toronto Reference Library – 789 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4W 2G8 Time: 5 – 8pm FREE to participate. Sign up here today! Please submit your completed application online by End of Day Sunday, January 6th*. Description: In […]
Home Made Visible is going on tour to 16 locations nationwide – and the dates are now live! We are excited to bring the six short films and one mixed media installation by our commissioned artists to cities near you. If you weren’t there for the World Premiere of Home Made Visible during the 16th Annual Regent […]
Here are some photos from our incredibly successful and engaging Super8 workshop. We partnered up with the8fest this year to host a FREE hands-on filmmaking workshop using Super 8 film, and spent the day out and about the streets of Regent Park! The ten workshop participants were mostly local TCHC residents from Regent Park. Why […]
Were you there for the world premiere of Home Made Visible at the 16th Annual Regent Park Film Festival? After the premiere we had a talkback with our eight commissioned artists whose works were shown on the big screen: Maya Bastian, Faraz and Parastoo Anoushahpour, Lisa Jodoin, Aeyliya Husain, Nadine Arpin, Jennifer Dysart, as well […]
Two of our talented Home Made Visible artists, filmmaker Maya Bastian and multidisciplinary artists Melisse Watson, were interviewed by Support Your Local Collective on Radio Regent on the thinking behind their works “Arrival Archives”, and “Reunions; Self Determinations of the Black American South” respectively. Listen in to hear what they had to say!