Intro to Shooting on Film Workshop - Deadline to apply October 26
Thursday, November 15, 2018 12 pm to 3 pm
Daniels Spectrum, 585 Dundas St E, room 240 (Filming on location in Regent Park)
Capacity: 10 (Space is limited!)

FREE to participate. Free childcare upon request, and light refreshments provided.

In partnership with the8fest, the 16th Annual Regent Park Film Festival is excited to host a hands-on filmmaking workshop using Super 8 film, the classic “home movie” format. Participating in the workshop, you will be introduced to shooting and developing film, and to how to record your own experience in the very special quality of Super 8 film.

Participants must be 16 years old or over. We encourage candidates from all walks of life to apply, however, Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) residents will be prioritized in the selection process. No previous experience necessary.

This workshop is a part of Home Made Visible, a project that digitizes old home movies for Indigenous people and people of colour. Check us out at

Please submit your completed application online, in person or over the phone, by October 26.

Full name: *
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Are you a TCHC resident of Regent Park? (All Regent Park residents are welcome to apply, however TCHC residents will be prioritized.) *
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Why do you want to join this workshop? *
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Do you have any experience in filmmaking? Note: no experience is necessary. *
Can you commit to being present during the FULL three hour workshop from 12pm to 3pm? *
Do you have any accessibility needs? Please list them so we can best accommodate you. *
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