Our annual celebration of Québécois queer content; unique perspectives proving Quebec is truly a hotbed of queer storytelling talent.
Queerment Québec is back at Centre PHI with its film + filmmakers formula that promises an evening of visual pleasures and lively discussions. Also online, QQ is a perfect opportunity to discover these local talents right from your home, all across Quebec!
In collaboration with
HOUSE OF PRIDE / BALLROOM BOUDOIR
FRIGID & STEPHEN LAREIGN HUES | CANADA | 2021 | 4 MIN | NO DIALOGUE
Montreal art collective House of Pride takes you behind the scenes to experience their innovative work in drag, dance and performance art. Gender bending, ground-breaking, outrageous, legendary, queer, feminine power!
FANIE PELLETIER | CANADA | 2020 | 16 MIN | FRENCH S.-T.EN.
In the YouTube era, exhibitionism and voyeurism echo each other and reach their paroxysm. Boundaries between private and public life are blurring. Intimacy becomes spectacle. Gabrielle Marion knows this more than anyone. As a famous Quebecoise YouTuber, she has been documenting her life and her sexual transition for eight years.
EMILIE PELTIER | CANADA | 2020 | 8 MIN | FRENCH S.-T.EN.
Deaf people from Quebec City meet non-binary Acadian poet Mo Bolduc and, using the Quebec sign language, interpret some poems written during their residency at the Maison de la littérature (Québec) in March 2020.
NANCY WEBB | CANADA | 2020 | 13 MIN | ENGLISH
In this contemporary queer interpretation of Daphne du Maurier’s Gothic novel “Rebecca”, strangers Max and Daphne share a lovestruck evening while a bizarre secret looms.
DES CHOSES QUI AURAIENT PU ÊTRE (THINGS THAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN)
FARHAD PAKDEL | CANADA | 2020 | 6 MIN | NO DIALOGUE
In this hybrid of fantasy, dance and art aesthetics, a movie theatre cashier is haunted by the memory of her dead girlfriend who keeps coming back to the house where they lived together.
LES FILLES NE MARCHENT PAS SEULES LA NUIT
KATERINE MARTINEAU | CANADA | 2020 | 17 MIN | FRENCH S.-T.EN.
After a late night high school graduation party, Chantal and Delphine find themselves walking home alone in the dark. Lost in the forest, their long night walk is punctuated by carelessness and an irrepressible desire to exist.
ANTOINE PELLETIER | CANADA | 2020 | 3 MIN | ENGLISH & FRENCH S.-T.EN.
A few fragments from the story of a lonely young man looking for love. A film adaptation of ‘’A’’, an unpublished play by Antoine Pelletier exploring contemporary LGBT2SQ+ relationships.
PARLE-MOI (TALK TO ME)
JULES DE NIVERVILLE | CANADA | 2021 | 14 MIN | NO DIALOGUE
A 14-minute narrative film about not fitting in… in an over-the-top kind of way.
LAMATHILDE | CANADA | 2020 | 3 MIN | FRENCH & ENGLISH
“Words can be like tiny doses of arsenic, we swallow them without paying attention, they seem to have no effect and now after a while the toxic effect is felt” – Victor Klemperer
screening at Centre Phi | NOVEMBER 22 – 7PM