All of our feature films will be screened outside at Bricks, St Anne's House as part of our STATE-OF-THE-ART OUTDOOR CINEMA! Please arrive on time and bring warm clothes (we also have limited blankets). You may want to bring a pillow for extra comfort on our chairs. Bar and Food is available for the screening. Do be advised that the last 36 bus is at 23:14 and we have coordinated our cinema schedule for the screening to be finished by this time.

 DRAG KIDS
 WEDNESDAY 08 Sept SHOWCASE 

Start Time: 20:30 

Only cocktail Mx with a twistxd concoction of Non-Binary finery, ounces of Transness, overlooked moves & a dash of “not one to sleep on” vibes.DIS, international Drag Nightmare, Gender Destroyer, Recording Artist, and Burlesque Performer has spent more than 10 years touring the world and encouraging Queerdos everywhere to #BecomeADisCiple and embrace the revolution of pleasure.

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DirectorMegan Wennberg

Four precocious preteens perfect their lip-synching and runway walks in anticipation of the biggest drag performance of their lives at Montreal Pride, in this fierce and joyous celebration of acceptance and self-discovery. BSL Translated

+ Panel by Wig in a Box Promotions 

+ Performance by Romeo De La Cruz & Dis

Duration: 64 Minutes

Date: Wednesday 08 September

Venue:  Bricks  Outdoor Cinema 

Screening Time: 20:30

 PARIAH PRESENTED BY KIKI BRISTOL 
tHURSDAY  09 Sept SHOWCASE 

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Director: Dee Rees

In a desperate search for sexual expression, a Brooklyn-based teenager assumes paradoxical identities and stands to lose her family and friends while setting herself up for heartbreak.

+ Panel by Kiki Bristol. 

Duration: 86 Minutes

Date: Thursday 09 September

Venue:  Bricks  Outdoor Cinema 

Screening Time: 20:30

 NO HARD FEELINGS 
SUNDAY 12 Sept SHOWCASE 

Start Time: 20:30 

Start Time: 20:30 

 QUEER JAPAN
 FRIDAY 10 Sept SHOWCASE 

DirectorGraham Kolbeins

Trailblazing artists, activists, and everyday people from across the spectrum of gender and sexuality defy social norms and dare to live unconventional lives in this kaleidoscopic view of LGBTQ+ culture in contemporary Japan

Duration: 101 Minutes

Date: Friday 10 September

Venue:  Bricks  Outdoor Cinema 

Screening Time: 21:00

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Start Time: 21:00 

PERFORMER: SARAHSSON

Licking desperately at the supernal from her rotting mire, she writhes in glorious tragedy with a mouthful of flesh. Sarahsson’s exploration of mutability and a synaesthetic tongue breeds an intense tenderness, reimagining their voice and classical instruments beyond the earthly, embodying harmony-within-dissonance—grotesque yet seductive—and the polychotomous nature of queerness. Tangled in hair and glistening taffeta, festooned with bedazzled contact microphones, and reaching inside an aural interface to reconnect whirling bodies of sound and matter.

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DirectorFaraz Shariat

Second-generation Irani-German Parvis works at a refugee shelter where he meets brother and sister Irani refugees and develops a tenuous romance with Amon as his friends attempt refugee status.

+ Closing Performance  by Sarahsson

Duration: 92 Minutes

Date: Sunday 12 September

Venue:  Bricks Outdoor Cinema 

Screening Time: 20:30