Access to affordable housing, the growth of cities and the power of cultural food experiences will be explored at the Our Future City: Urban Film Forum on Saturday, November 2 at the Noel Ryan Auditorium, Central Library. The City, in collaboration with Hot Docs, will present this special day of documentary films to generate thought-provoking discussions about issues related to city building. The film event marks the start of the public engagement phase of Mississauga’s Official Plan Review which officially began in June.
Our Future City: Urban Film Forum features:
- Internationally-acclaimed documentary films
- Opportunity to participate in post-show discussions with notable influencers
- Announcement of the winners of Our Future City: Short Film Competition
- Showcase of city-wide projects and the Downtown Strategy with opportunities to provide feedback
- Food trucks on Mississauga Celebration Square
Aisha Jamal, a Toronto-based film programmer, independent filmmaker and college professor is the event moderator. Her documentaries have screened at festivals and venues worldwide, and this fall on the Documentary channel. Ms. Jamal is a Canadian Film Programmer at Hot Docs Canadian Documentary Film Festival and Programming Associate of Canadian and Nordic Features at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).Continue reading Unique Film Event Will Explore City Growth, Affordable Housing and the Taste of Culture