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Inside Out Screening – New Visions

New Visions 2018- Inside Out LGBT Film Festival

New Visions 2018 Photo courtesy Inside Out LGBT Film Festival.

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Screenings

Inside Out Screening – New Visions

Wednesday May 30, 2018, 7 pm

Join us for the debut screening of four shorts created by participants in Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival’s New Visions program. Currently in its 18th year, New Visions fosters a platform for exploring diverse narratives in film, as participants learn from professional producers, artists, and editors in a queer-positive environment.

 

Heroes; or, the Masculine Insecurity

Director: Archie Zhang, Producer: Megan Pham-Quan

Canada 2018 5 min.

For the princess with Daddy issues and the daddy with Princess issues, Heroes offers a thought-provoking twist in the little fairy tale that is our lives.

 

Hyacinth

Director: Anthony Dunn, Producer: Izzy Bautista

Canada 2018 5 min.

After the death of her wife, painful fragments of the past wash over a woman who is about to start her life over, transporting her into a state between memories and dreams.

 

Hi Mrs. Friedman!

Director: Rachel Epstein, Producer: Lucia Linares Leon

Canada 2018 5 min.

This funny, poignant gem explores what happens when a mother and daughter show up at the queer bathhouse on the same night. Mimi Friedman has to overcome her guilt, embarrassment, worry and shame over her daughter’s reaction, in order to be true to her own sexuality and pleasure.

 

Tofu Scramble

Director: Santana Doran, Producer: Sam Sorrenti

Canada 2018 5 min.

Tofu Scramble explores the inner workings of queer sex and the misconceptions that arise as a result of limited access to education, poor representation and lack of communication in the life of an 18-year old girl.

 

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