Saturday, September 9

Designates films with no queer-content, but the filmmaker(s) identify as LGBT

9:30 AM Royal Ontario Museum

Ninth Street Chronicles (in shorts program)

Director: Megan Martin
(Ontario, 26 min)
A young girl's comes of age in the '80s.

9:30 AM Ryerson

Volver

Director: Pedro Almodovar
Cast: Penelope Cruz, Carmen Maura, Lola Duenas, Blanca Portillo
(Spain, 2006, 111 min, Color, 35mm)
Almodovar's new film- two working-class sisters confront the ghost of their mother.

12:30 PM Paramount 1

King and the Clown

Director: Lee Joon-ik
Cast: Lee Joon-ki, Jeong Jin-yeong
(South Korea, 2005, 119 minutes, Color, 35mm)
A feminine male court jester becomes the object of the King's desire.

1:15 PM Paramount 2

Borat: Cultural Learnings of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhs

Director: Larry Charles
Cast: Sacha Cohen
(U.S., 2006, Colour, 35mm)
Sacha Cohen ("Ali G") plays Borat, an ambiguously gay journalist from Kazakhstan.

3:45 PM Cumberland 3

Suspect (in shorts program)

Director: Patricia Rozema
(Ontario, 7 min)
The director of When Night Falls interprets a Mark Kingwell essay.

6:30 PM Ryerson

Love and Other Disasters

Director: Alek Keshishian
Cast: Brittany Murphy, Matthew Rhys
(France/ UK, 2006)
A female assistant at U.K. Vogue plays matchmaker to her gay roommate.

8:45 PM Paramount 3

Twilight Dancers

Director: Mel Chionglo
Cast: Cherry Pie Picache, Tyron Perez, Allen Dizon
(Philippines, 2006, 105 minutes, Color, 35mm)
Three macho dancers in a gay bar explore showbiz, politics and prostitution.

9:00 PM Paramount 1

Chacun Sa Nuit

Directors: Pascal Arnold/Jean-Marc Barr
Cast: Lizzie Brochere, Arthur Dupont
(France, 2006, colour, 35mm)
Bisexual Pierre is murdered—his sister and her lover Lucie search for the truth.

9:45 PM Cumberland 3

Elizabeth Short (in shorts Program)

Director: Deco Dawson
(Manitoba, 7 min)
The Black Dahlia case in photographs and stock footage.

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