After a whirlwind November and December of production, 100 Dragons is pleased to announce two short films produced by Teresa M. Ho have moved into post production.
Photo Credit: Eduardo Murillo
Laundry Day is writer Andrew Pope’s directorial debut. A story about a young woman coming to terms that she needs to make a life-changing choice, stars Amy Keating in the leading role.
Photo Credit: Christopher Batori
Tidal Lock is actor Sean Bell’s directorial debut. A story about a couple’s relationship disintegrating before their eyes, stars Linnea Swan and Sean Bell in the lead roles.
Look for future news as we estimate completion of these shorts in early 2016.
I would love to have my friends and colleagues join me at the Regent Park Film Festival. This year’s guests are exciting, including colleagues I’ve worked with: Cory Bowles (The Moblees), Clé Bennett (Heroes Reborn), and Dawn Wilkinson (Murdoch Mysteries). I’m looking forward to seeing the films for the pitch festival. All films are free and the mission of this festival is so inspiring:
Mission: The Regent Park Film Festival is Toronto’s only free-of-charge multi-cultural community film festival, dedicated to showcasing local and international independent works relevant to inner-city communities across Toronto. We host an annual festival and also hold year-round school and community screenings, workshops and discussions at no cost.
The Festival aims to reach isolated communities throughout Regent Park and beyond, providing a forum for people from all walks of life to engage in critical dialogue on social issues and to enjoy films from all over the world.
So come check out the link to the opening night of the festival, and reserve a seat! See you there my friends.
Regent Park Film Festival November 18: 7:30 – 9:30
Under The Stars: Movies in The Park is a free outdoor summer screening series hosted by Regent Park Film Festival every Wednesday from July 15 to August 19. We create opportunities to encounter the neighbourhood of Regent Park by bringing together great films and audiences from this community and beyond.
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We are delighted to announce Teresa Ho’s joining of the board of the Regent Park Film Festival. Teresa is excited to be a part of the inspiring and grassroots festival that runs in the third week of November. Stay tuned and we’ll keep you posted on any happenings with the festival.
Journey for the Sichuan Peppercorn (documentary short) – Keith Chen’s passion for food has led him to travel the world discovering tastes, uncovering culinary trends and people’s connections to local food. His decades of experience understanding edible trends stems from his knowledge of food’s history in each region he explores. He’s not shy to try anything the locals would in pursuit of discovering their passion for food. Keith explores Toronto, searching for the crucial ingredient that makes Sichuan food like no other Chinese food in Canada or China: the Sichuan peppercorn. Wanting to understand the culture and evolution of this key ingredient takes him to his first stop – Chengdu, Sichuan.
Check us out at: http://thefoodistmonk.me/
Raising Phoenix is a Fantasy Kung Fu feature length film where teenage Phoenix discovers her prophetic past. With her Uncle’s help, she learns to harness her Kung Fu power only to discover he has other plans when she fulfills the prophecy. This is The 36th Chamber of Shaolin meets Harry Potter.