Regent Park Film Festival: Focus on Regent Park
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Regent Park Film Festival: Focus on Regent Park

2006_11_07_regent.jpgThe 4th annual Regent Park Film Festival hits tonight, 6pm, at Nelson Mandela Park Public School (440 Shuter Street) with Wrecking Ball Videos, an evening of films made in Regent Park by youth trained at Regent Park Focus, not-for-profit organization that promotes health in vulnerable communities across Ontario. The festival continues until the 12th with a diverse programme that reflects on the lives and experiences of multicultural communities in Canada, based, as it is, in the multicultural Regent Park, Canada’s oldest (and largest) public housing community. Most importantly, though, all the screenings are free!
The programme includes such highlights as David Sudz Sutherland’s Doomstown (on the 9th, 7pm) shot in Regent Park, and, from their international selection, The War Within and Story of a Beautiful Country. Full details and schedule at their website.

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