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Book your class seats to the Regent Park Film Festival's School Program!
This program is FREE of charge to all schools interested in taking part. Seating is limited, so please book early!
This year we offer lesson plans to accompany our School Program. Check them out: http://regentparkfilmfestival.com/learn/for-teachers/
A litte bit about the School Program:
The Regent Park Film Festival is a unique and thought-provoking outing for your students: not only do we offer a fun film festival experience specifically tailored to young people, our programming also engages crucial social issues affecting Toronto's diverse student population.
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Wed, Nov 7 @ 9:30am
Thurs, Nov 8 @ 1:30pm
This year’s 1-3 school program looks at the many types of friendship, from close schoolyard pals to people in different parts of the world who find understanding through the exchange of what some would call meaningless pieces of trash. This collection of films questions how different people interpret what it means to be a friend as well as to need a friend.
Wed, Nov 7 @ 1:30pm
Thurs, Nov 8 @ 9:30am
Each of the films in this year’s Grades 4-6 program explores the idea of what it means to be here in various different ways. What does it mean to be a child? A parent? A classmate? A neighbour? A citizen? The theme that unifies each of these pieces is that our experience of here — any here — is shaped by what we are willing to bring to it. As we discover in this program, here is a reflection of our hopes and desires but also, importantly, of our efforts.
Friday, Nov 9 @ 9:30am & 1:30pm
When worlds collide, the results can be inspiring, curious or even tragic. These four films explore the consequences, both good and bad, of disparate forces coming together. In UNRESERVED, Native art merges with pop culture on the sneakers of a mixed-race artist. Second Hand finds a neat freak living next door to a hoarder couple. In House, a host and his visitors conflict over boundaries and borders. And in That Which Once Was, refugees from different sides of the world make an unexpected connection.
Regent Park Film Festival
The Regent Park Film Festival is dedicated to bringing high quality independent film to inner-city communities like Regent Park. In addition to the annual festival, taking place November 13 - 16, we also host year-round school and community screenings, workshops and discussions at no cost. The Regent Park Film Festivla is Toronto’s ONLY free, multi-cultural, film festival.