In the event of rain, the Regent Park screenings will be moved to the main floor of Daniels Spectrum (585 Dundas St. E.).
Join Community Music Schools of Toronto faculty Cassie for a fun musical activation with violin and ukuleles and sing-along to some of your favourite songs!
“Community Music Schools of Toronto is all about kids thriving through music”
Community Music Schools of Toronto is a registered charity that gives children and youth a rich and rewarding music and social education, by removing the financial obstacle. For over 23 years we have seen that the study of music allows young people to flourish creatively, personally and academically…enriching their lives and future prospects.
Arts & Crafts
The ArtHeart team will be creating paper plate / construction paper animal masks with participants. You can make a panda (based on tonight’s film, Turning Red) or another animal you feel connected to in the moment. Materials will include paper plates, construction paper, glue sticks, popsicle sticks, crayons, and scissors.
Approaching 32 years, ArtHeart has been a stabilizing presence in the community of Regent Park, Toronto. ArtHeart provides free visual arts education, programs, materials, healthy snacks and nutritious meals for children, youth, adults, and seniors. By using their imaginations in a supportive environment, our participants are empowered to improve their quality of life.
Children’s Book Bank Free Books
Children’s Book Bank will be giving away free books for children and families, along with book readings and story sharing activities.
The CBB is a charity that gives away free books in many locations. Our main site is at Daniels Spectrum, 585 Dundas St. East.. In the past 15 years CBB has given away 1.5 million books across the city. CBB also offers fun literacy activities for families. Our goal is to spread the love of reading!
RPFF brings you fun outdoor games like Giant Jenga, Corn Hole and Ring Toss. Free to apply before the film!
Artist Aniqa Al-basith will be providing free henna art for attendees!
1h 40m | Family/Fantasy | 2022 | PG
Dir. Domee Shi
Pixar Animation Studios’ “Turning Red” focuses on Mei Lee, a confident and dutiful thirteen-year-old girl from Toronto. Like any growing teen, she’s dealing with embarrassing crushes, major family responsibilities and is going through some truly transformational changes. Whenever her emotions get too strong, she turns into a giant red panda! Determined to see her favourite boy band, 4 Town, in concert, Mei Lee struggles to gain her strict mother’s trust and keep her emotions in check.
Domee Shi is a Canadian director and screenwriter known for her work with Pixar. Her short film, Bao (2018), won an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film and Turning Red (2022) earned her the title as the first woman with sole director’s credit on a Pixar feature film.
Thank you to our co-presenters TAIS (Toronto Animated Image Society) and TAAFI (Toronto Animation Arts Festival International).
Photos from our screening
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