Community Events

At Stella’s Place, we are all about community.  Check out upcoming events to get involved!

Upcoming Events

Get Reel Mental Health Film Festival

Our Get Reel Film Fest will be back in 2023!

This festival is an opportunity to spark conversation, educate our community, create a space for healing, and feature stories about our mental health.

Are you a filmmaker looking to get involved? Check out our current opportunities below.

Scholarship for Emerging Filmmakers

Submit your short film proposal to be considered for our scholarship. Learn about the requirements and submit by December 15!

Learn more and submit a proposal Link to page

Call for Film Submissions

Do you have an existing film about mental health? Submit your film for the chance to be screened at our 2023 Get Reel Film Festival.

Submit your film for consideration Link to page

Past Events

A wide angle shot of the TIFF stage, with the panelists sitting on directors chairs in front of the big movie screen. On the screen is the film festival logo "Get Reel Film Fest."

Get Reel Film Festival 2022

In June of 2022, we hosted the second year of our Get Reel Film Fest. Over one week, we screened 17 films, hosted 3 panel discussions and threw one sold-out opening night at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Read more about the festival.

Cassandra at our Open mic event, standing in front of a microphone, mid-speech. The background is a black curtain.

Stella’s Place Open Mic Event, 2019

Our community open mic events are a chance for folks to show off their  talents! We usually have a wide range of performances such as hip hop, drag, and spoken word.

Lereen speaks at the Building Together event, standing in front of a microphone. Behind Lereen is a large banner that reads "Building Together" and to the left, a bouquet of brightly coloured balloons.

Ground Breaking Campaign for 54 Wolseley

On September 10th, 2020, we broke ground on our future home of Stella’s Place! Community members spoke to celebrate this occasion.

“Stella’s Place means community. It’s not the place that makes it so wonderful, it’s the group of people in it that makes it such a safe haven.”

 

-Stella’s Place Community Member