The FEEDBACK Monthly Film Festival is back for 2017. Continuing to showcase the best of short films from around the world, while maintaining our audience feedback format moderated by Kierston Drier. Showcasing a festival twice a month in Toronto in 2017. This month is the Best of LGBT Toronto Short Films, happening June 22nd at the Carlton Cinemas, 7pm.

Here’s a look at what will be playing. Tickets are PWYC, and available online at the link below.

THE 3RD TRY, 5min, USA, LGBT, Drama
Directed by Alfonso Rodriguez

An emotionally unstable lesbian couple tries to find solace after experiencing a traumatic loss.

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DEVIL WEARS A SUIT, 20min, Australia, LGBT, Sci-Fi
Directed by Eli Mak

A high-concept drama/scifi about a Jewish boy who must decide whether to ‘cure’ his homosexuality with an injection or be ostracised from his community forever.

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MASC ONLY, 15min, USA, LGBT, Comedy
Directed by Drew Droege

Gay best friends, Tommy and Wesley, unwittingly venture to an intimidating party hosted by the gay elite.

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WAJOOD (SELFHOOD), 13min, India, LGBT, Romance
Directed by Vishal Srivastava

Revolves around a young hijra’s (trans-woman) life, who seems to fancy herself with an auto-rickshaw driver. When confronted by the elders of her community about her unrealistic expectations, she goes on a quest to know if somebody will ever fall in love with her or is this thought as naive as told by everyone around her?

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Directed by Zsolti Szabo

A dance journey about two girls who once loved each other, but while one is able to embrace herself openly (and therefore their relationship), the other is struggling to step into the light and shake off her demons.

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HOW TO BE ALONE, 22min, Israel, LGBT, Drama
Directed by Erez Eisenstein

Relying on “How To Be Alone” – a self-improvment audio book – a heartbroken woman, struggling with her lonesome existence, decides to embrace solitude and to learn how to survive without love.
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Thursday June 22nd, 7pm to 9pm

Carlton Cinemas – 20 Carlton Street, Toronto

PWYC Tickets

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