Galleries are open 10:30 am to 5 pm today. Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors is open until midnight for ticket holders.


Inside Out Screening – New Visions

Directors featured in the New Visions series: Seanpreet Chooti, Oksana Hohol & brooke lydbrooke, Marcel Grimard, Adri Almeida

New Visions, 2017

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Inside Out Screening – New Visions

Wednesday May 31

Director: Seanpreet Chooti, Canada | 2017 | 10:00
A colourful queer man explores life through the lens of technology.

In The Middle of Nowhere
Directors: Oksana Hohol, brooke lydbrooke, Canada | 2017 | 10:00
A lesbian in Uganda endured forced marriage, abuse and imprisonment. She faces possible deportation back to State-sanctioned homophobic Uganda.

The Fall: Autopsy of a Suicide
Director: Marcel Grimard, Canada | 2017 | 10:00
What does it take to stop destructive behaviour? What do you convince yourself to live for, when you have lost everything?

In My Mother’s Closet
Director: Adri Almeida, Canada | 2017 | 10:00
Adri, a young Indian trans woman, navigates a world that refuses to see her as she is, and finds her truth through musical theatre and magical femme friendship.

Now in its 17th year, New Visions is one of Inside Out’s longest-running initiatives. The program is proudly co-presented by Charles Street Video. The intergenerational component, and the diversity of voices and narratives that are explored in the videos, are at the heart of this significant program. Close to 120 participants have told their stories through the New Visions lens, with subjects ranging from immigration, family, dancing, loneliness, elder neglect, same-sex relationships, abuse, coming out, religion, the prison industrial complex, aliens, employment, music and mental health, to everything in between. This year we celebrate five new additions, whose videos will both challenge and touch us.

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Wednesday May 30, 2018, 7 pm
Friday June 22, 6 & 8:30pm
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