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Regent Park Film Festival

Registered Name: Regent Park Film Festival Inc.

Business No: 845914613RR0001

Toronto’s free multi-cultural, community, film festival showcasing independent works relevant to inner city communities all year round.

Regent Park Film Festival


Regent Park Film Festival (RPFF) is an award-winning, community-based, non-profit organization, and Toronto’s longest-running, free community film festival.

RPFF’s mission is two-fold: to amplify and center marginalized communities and their stories, providing a platform for the work of emerging and established artists, while opening up access to the film and television industry; and to ensure art is free and accessible to everyone, regardless of financial status.

Showcasing local and international works from and about Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) communities, RPFF presents films of all genres that resonate with and relate to the diverse lived experiences of BIPOC communities: films that provide opportunity for in-depth, nuanced discussions, as well as uplifting and joyful films which have a significant impact on a community’s growth and prosperity.

In addition to its annual film festival in November, RPFF presents an annual summer film series called Under the Stars; year-round screenings, filmmaking workshops and panels; paid industry internships; and our annual School Program which curates film programmes and lesson plans for local schools. 

RPFF’s foundational work is in removing barriers: to telling your story and expressing your creativity through a visual medium; to establishing a career in the media industry in front of and behind the scenes; and to experiencing art that can change the way you see yourself and your community.



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