Check out our November picks for Toronto events not to be missed!
CaribbeanTales and Regent Park Film Festival Present
Screening on Friday, November 17th at 6pm, ‘Unarmed Verses’ is a powerful documentary presenting a thoughtful and vivid portrait of a community facing imposed relocation.
Free admission and free childcare provided on site. RSVP here
Live Script Lab @
Regent Park Film Festival 2017
In collaboration with ACTRA Diversity, RPFF presents a live table read of pilot episodes from our Writing the Web Series Intensive. Five talented writers have been taking part in a seven-month intensive, watch their stories come to life!
This free event takes place on
The BFF Party
A Fundraiser for Emerging Women in Film
Round up your bestie(s) for a night of live performances, prizes and dancing at Super Wonder Gallery – all in support of emerging women in the film industry! All proceeds raised will go towards the Breakthroughs Film Festival post-production grant program.
Friday, November 10th at 8pm, $10 at the door. RSVP here
Perle Noire presents
TRIBE: Afrobeats x Caribbean jam x Afro pop-up
Let’s mingle, laugh and dance as ONE TRIBE. DJs will team-up to play the finest Afrobeats & Caribbean tunes alongside an Afro Pop-Up shop showcasing a number of Afro-Caribbean inspired fashion brands, accessories and food.
Dress code: For this special night Spice-up your style with a touch of African print. Takes place November 4 at 10 PM. RSVP here
TIFF PRESENTS Black Star:
Celebrating 100 Years of Black Excellence on Screen
From Paul Robeson, Lena Horne, Sidney Poitier, Richard Pryor and Diana Ross to Denzel Washington, Danny Glover, Queen Latifah, Will Smith and David Oyelowo, this expansive retrospective celebrates 100 years of Black excellence on screen.
November 3–December 22, Adult $14, Senior/Student $11.50, Child $10
Shedoesthecity10 & Telefilm Present:
Leaders in Canadian Film
She Does The City and Telefilm Canada invite you to join them for a light breakfast and important conversation that will focus on how women have built successful careers in Canada’s film industry, the road to gender equity, and how women in “the biz” can work together to enable positive change.
Friday, November 17 at 8:30 AM. RSVP here