Free #CanFilmDay Screening of The Skin We're In

On April 19, Regent Park Film Festival celebrates National Canadian Film Day 150, a massive one-day celebration of Canadian cinema in honour of our nation’s sesquicentennial. NCFD 150 promises to be the largest film festival in the world. Watch the The Skin We’re In, as acclaimed journalist Desmond Cole explores what it is to be Black in 21st century Canada. Do Black Lives Matter Here?

Following the screening, join us in a discussion with Desmond Cole and Charles Officer, moderated by Lu Asfaha. How do we leverage for ourselves strength, power and inspiration from his story?

Admission is FREE but you can guarantee your spot by reserving a seat today. Limited tickets will be available at the door.

Doors open at 6pm and the film starts at 6:30pm. We recommend guests arrive 30 minutes ahead of the screening, as seating will only be guaranteed for ticket-holders until 15 minutes before we begin. Same-day tickets will be available at the door on a first-come, first-serve basis.

The venue is wheelchair accessible. If you have any accessibility concerns, please contact us at, or 416 599 7733, for further information about support.

Free #CanFilmDay Screening of The Skin We're In

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