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Celebrating Montreal image-makers, Queerment Québec features an eclectic and entertaining mix of emerging and established talent. Proving our city is a hotbed of queer creativity, these local filmmakers do not disappoint, offering up dazzling stories that speak of and to uniquely Québécois cultural perspectives.
Intimacy, transformation, jamming gender binaries, self-confidence, self-destruction, humour and isolation all mix in this clip from Frigid. "Break the rules & feel no shame!"
The turbulence of the past resurfaces when a young adult must relearn how to communicate with their dying mother. For Audrey, this is her last chance to prove that love goes beyond gender and to tell her what she has always been, he daughter.
Emanuelle is training on her stationary bike but she can’† get her mind off the image of Laura. The more she pedals, the more her memories turn to desire.
During a welcome home party full of provocative games, Michael comes face to face with a dilemma: not only questions about his own sexuality, but also, labels themselves. After a storm that leaves the party-goers soaked in the middle of the night, Michael finds the answer to all his questions, the Morning After.
Coming to terms with his avid pornography consumption in his teens, the director explores his relationship to his sexuality and his distorted visions of beauty and masculinity in this short by festival favourite, Jonathan Lemieux.
Don’t you hate it when your roommate brings a guy home in the middle of the night? You’d hate it more if the guy claimed he could read your thoughts.
A day in the life of a Canadian nurse specialized in STI testing and HIV prevention.
The existential angst of a young intellectual, when he and his boyfriend witness the destruction of the neighbourhood movie theater where their love story was born.
Based on a short story by Anna Leventhal, Sweet Affliction explores ambiguous intimacies, anxieties around coming of age and sibling attachment.