Under the Stars: Movies in the Park - DEAR WHITE PEOPLE Screening

Under The Stars: Movies in The Park is a free outdoor summer screening series hosted by Regent Park Film Festival every Wednesday from July 15 to August 19. We create opportunities to encounter the neighbourhood of Regent Park by bringing together great films and audiences from this community and beyond.

Before sundown, join us for music and activities such as yoga, DJ workshops, soccer games, dance classes and more. Activities will vary each week and take place between 7-8:30pm before the film begins at 9pm.

Popcorn and refreshments will be available for sale and proceeds will go towards keeping our Annual Festival in November completely free. Bring a blanket and enjoy an evening under the stars!

Come early for Taste of Regent Park, a community event that showcases food, art and culture of Regent Park – all of Toronto in one neighbourhood. This community market will feature food from local caterers and activities for the whole family every Wednesday between 5:30-8:30pm.



D. Justin Simien, Adriana Serrano | U.S.A | 2014 | Drama, Comedy | 108 Minutes

A satirical comedy about the stories of four Black students in a predominantly White Ivy League college - cleverly exploring structural racism, social activism, and individual experiences with racial identity.

Pre-Show: Drum Circle

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