Thursday, September 14

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

3:30 PM Paramount 3

Four Minutes

Director: Chris Kraus
(Germany, 2006, 112 min, Colour, 35mm)
80-yr-old Traude teaches music at a women's prison where she meets Jenny, a piano prodigy.

6:00 PM Varsity 4

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.

8:15 PM Varsity 3

Blue

Director: Alexis dos Santos
Cast: Nahuel Perez Biscayart, Nahuel Viale
(Argentina, 2006, 115min, Colour, 35mm)
15-yr-old Lucas and his friends experiment with drugs, music and sex.

8:30 PM Cumberland 3

By the Hour (in shorts program)

Director: Bill Marchant
(British Columbia, 13 min)
Two water salesmen, a hooker and some cocaine.

8:30 PM Cumberland 3

The Saddest Boy In the World (in shorts program)

Director: Jamie Travis
(British Columbia, 14 min)
At his ninth birthday party, Timothy has good reason to be sad.

9:00 PM Ryerson

This Filthy World

Director: Jeff Garlin
Cast: John Waters
{U.S.A, 2006, 90 minutes, Color, 35mm)
A documentary of eccentric filmmaker John Waters' one-man show.

9:30 PM Roy Thomson Hall

Infamous

Director: Douglas McGrath
Cast: Toby Jones, Sandra Bullock, Sigourney Weaver
While writing his masterpiece, In Cold Blood, gay writer Truman Capote forms an obsessive friendship with an alleged killer.

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