Authentic storytelling requires both the actors on-screen and the people working behind the camera to understand the experiences of the people whose stories they are telling. Films that embody the concept of authenticity should resonate truthfully with human emotion and experience. Authenticity’s other visual indices reside in the mise-en-scène: directing, costume, production design, locations, props and casting. This exhibition creates an experience that gives equal opportunities for the underrepresented voices and focuses on the truth of storytelling. Queen’s Park is filled with characters which allows people to be immersed in this truthful experience of filmmaking behind the camera. This creates a delicate balance of providing images that allow an audience to feel like they are watching a real experience but presenting it in a way that is providing a larger lens to look through. Over the course of four weeks everyone is invited to participate in a film production on reframing inauthentic scenes into authentic. This also gives people a chance to try out filmmaking in order to express their true selves in crafting a genuine and innovative storytelling.