Sunday, September 10

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

Sept 10, 11:45 AM Cumberland 3

Cloudbreaker (in shorts program)

Director: Adam Garnet Jones
(Ontario, 15 minutes)
A young boy runs away from home.

1:00 PM Paramount 2

L' Homme de Sa Vie

Director: Zabou Breitman
Cast: Charles Berling, Bernard Campan, Léa Drucker
(France, 2006)
Frédéric and his wife Frédérique meet Hugo, the new gay neighbour.

5:45 PM Cumberland 3

Ninth Street Chronicles (in shorts program)

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

5:45 PM Cumberland 3

Patterns 2 (in shorts program)

Director: Jamie Travis
(British Columbia, 14min)
A feast of Chinese food, teacups, and paper airplanes.

8:00 PM Royal Ontario Museum

2:37

Director: Murali K. Thalluri
Cast: Teresa Palmer, Joel Mackenzie, Frank Sweet
With twists and a queer turn, six different accounts reveal the hours leading up to a teenager committing suicide at 2:37pm.

9:00 PM Ryerson

Shortbus

Director: John Cameron Mitchell
Cast: Sook-Kin Lee, Lindsay Beamish, Paul Dawson
(USA, 2006, 102 min, Color 35mm)
From the director of Hedwig and the Angry Inch, New Yorkers mingle at an underground salon infamous for its music and public sex. The explicit sex scenes are unsimulated.

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