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Outdoor movies return to Regent Park this summer

Outdoor film screenings will return to Regent Park this summer as part of the eponymous film festival's Movies Under the Stars series. Preceded by a food market between and community meal (6:30pm-8:30pm) each Wednesday between July 15 and August 19, screenings start at 9pm and tend to feature thought-provoking films.

The 2015 lineup is as follows:

July 15: Dear White People

July 22: Bend it Like Beckham (co-presented with Toronto Reel Asian Film Festival)

July 29: Boyz N the Hood (co-presented with Manifesto)

August 5: Big Hero 6

August 12: Bollywood Movie Night

August 19: Do the Right Thing (co-presented with Caribbean Tales International Caribbean Film Festival)

The movies are free, though you should probably buy some popcorn and a drink to help support the festival. It's hard to miss the outdoor screen when headed to Regent Park for one of these movies, but if in doubt, head for 620 Dundas St. East.

Photo via the Regent Park Film Festival's Facebook page.


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