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Regent Park Film Festival Annual Fundraising Screening - Hip Hop Evolution
Wed, 19 October 2016, 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM EDT
Regent Park Film Festival's Annual Fundraising Screening - Hip Hop Evolution, directed by Darby Wheeler
Support Toronto's only free multi-cultural community film festival!
Hip-Hop was born out of the brilliance of a community of Black youth in the South Bronx. Today, it continues to have relevance that goes beyond being just a genre of music; it is a lifestyle, a form of resistance and way of building community.
Join the Regent Park Film Festival for a special screening of Hip Hop Evolution where we follow Canadian rapper Shad, as he travels through the South Bronx and Harlem to retrace the roots of hip hop with DJ Kool Herc, Africa Bambaataa, Grandmaster Flash and Ice Cube.
The evening will be hosted by CBC Radio 2's Amanda Parris, who will lead a conversation with Canada's first female MC Michie Mee, Anishinaabe rapper and bboy Que Rock, award winning journalist and scholar Dalton Higgins, youth hip hop artist and organizer LolaBunz and artist and community organizer Wan Luv.
We'll be delving into the history of Hip Hop, with a present-day look into the importance of its poetry and the impact it has on life and culture in Toronto and worldwide.
- Wednesday, October 19
- An evening hosted by CBC Radio 2's Amanda Parris
- 6:30PM Cocktail Reception
- 8:00PM Screening / Conversation with Michie Mee, Que Rock, Dalton Higgons and LolaBunz.
- Daniels Spectrum, 585 Dundas Street East (Venue is accessible)
- Buy a ticket to the fundraising screening ($50)
- Buy a ticket for a youth from Regent Park to attend the screening or participate in a Regent Park Film Festival workshop ($50)
All tickets include a charitable tax receipt (Charitable Registration #8459 14613 RR0001).
All proceeds go towards keeping the Festival and all our activities FREE!
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416 599 7733.
Is the Daniels Spectrum an accessible space?
The Dundas Street entrance provides barrier-free access to the building. All floors have accessible washrooms and stalls, as well as accessible drinking fountains.
Where can I inquire about accessibility concerns?
If you have any accessibility concerns, please contact us at email@example.com, or 416 599 7733, for further information about support.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Paid public parking is available in the underground lot beneath the Daniels Spectrum. The vehicle entrance is off the laneway to the south of the centre, accessible via Sackville Street just south of Dundas Street East.
Additional paid public parking can be found in an underground lot beneath the RBC Royal Bank, just north of Dundas Street East off Regent Street.