We spoke to Charlie Boudreau, executive director of Canada’s longest-running LGBTQ+ festival.
We spoke to Montrealers who are part of the trans and film communities about working in the industry as times change.
We explore some of the highlights from the 30th edition of image+nation, Montreal’s LGBTQ film festival.
The 29th edition of the LGBTQ film festival runs from Nov. 24-Dec. 4.
* Biennale lecture on “neuro-totalitarian techniques” (IWatch, Googleglass etc)
* image + nation LGBT film fest screens a program of Quebec shorts
* New Jimi Hendrix biopic starring André 3000 screens at Cinéma du Parc
* Country noir balladeer Bobby Dove plays Honey Martin
* Show promoters BSTB DJ at Bar le Ritz PDB
We speak to Image+Nation’s executive director Charlie Boudreau about this year’s fest.
A documentary on the perilous situation for LGBT people in Uganda, screening twice this week in Montreal, is unusually powerful and moving. Cult MTL talks to directors Malika Zouhali-Worrall and Katherine Fairfax Wright about the film and their process.
* Last chance to shop Souk@SAT
* Opéra de Montréal fundraiser
* A capella classical music in Contes et chansons
* “Erotic animerama” A Thousand & One Nights
* Joshua Tree, 1951: A Portrait of James Dean closes Image+Nation
The Image+Nation Festival, celebrating films by and about the LGBT community from around the globe, turns 25 this year. The fest celebrates this quarter-centennial mark with a solid program spanning nations and genres.