Three nights of experimental and activist film and video. The first annual Toronto Queer Film Festival will showcase contemporary, innovative queer and trans film and video art. The festival is committed to foregrounding work focused on communities typically underrepresented in mainstream film festivals, including work by and about Indigenous people, people of colour, women, persons with disabilities, queer, trans, non-binary, and two-spirit people.

June 22 – Queer/Trans/Activism:
June 23 – Queer Bodies, Queer Modernities:
June 24 – Closing Night Program – Pride Denied:

129 Spadina Ave (down the laneway)
7:30pm – doors
8pm – screening & discussion
pwyc – $5- $20 donation suggested, no one turned away for lack of funds

** TQFF is a volunteer-run, artist-centred festival that is entirely supported by donations. All proceeds from the festival will go towards paying filmmakers an honorarium for their work. **

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