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Partners & Supporters

Reelworld gratefully acknowledges the support of our funders, partners and supporters for the Reelworld Film Festival and our Programs.

Research

Reelworld Institute is working to increase the number of Canadian decision-makers who are Black, Indigenous, Asian, South Asian, or People of Colour. When we have real representation at high levels, we will be able to create a more level playing field.

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Reelworld Podcast

Reelworld is a film festival and screen institute dedicated to the advancement of Canadian Black, Indigenous, Asian, South Asian, Middle Eastern, and Latin American screen-based talent. Listen to the Reelworld podcast to learn more about screen craft, find out about career opportunities, and hear tips about navigating the Canadian screen industry as a racialized professional.

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Upcoming Reelworld Programs & Events

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Community Film Screening

June 5-8 l 7PM

Community Film Screening

Join us June 5-8 for a night of community as we explore the changing neighbourhoods around us. Through the power of film we will spark conversations about how we can support each other during these uncertain times.

We will screen the short film On the Fence and the feature-length film Unarmed Verses, followed by an informal discussion about important topics such as housing, home ownership and community. Our moderator Sapphire Woods will lead the discussion, which will also feature a special guest from your community!

Take advantage of this FREE event, connect with your neighbours, and learn from each other. We hope to see you there. Refreshments will be provided.

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