The annual LGBTQ2 parade was a spectacular display and celebration.
* LGBTQ/Massimadi film shots
* Queer Sci-fi at le Ritz
* D’un espace à l’autre at the SAT
* Rodney Ramsey comedy at Piranha
* Rendez-vous Québec Cinéma
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One of Montreal’s most boring boulevards turned into a feast for the eyes this weekend.
The 29th edition of the LGBTQ film festival runs from Nov. 24-Dec. 4.
Highlights of Fierté Montreal Pride’s week of programming (Aug. 10–16), with input from the organization’s VP, Jean-Sebastien Boudreault.
Osheaga retrospectives, psychedelic guitar art, photos honouring historic Russian queers and more are on display in Montreal’s art scene this week.
We spoke to one of the organizers of the annual festival about Montreal’s gay history and RQS’s all-inclusive, anti-corporate programming.
Photographers Owain Harris and Jessica Nudo hit the streets over the weekend and captured the souls (OK, maybe just images) of those who helped make Montreal Pride more colourful than any flag or rainbow.
Cult MTL photojournalist Owain Harris took to the streets yesterday evening for the Radical Dyke March, a decidedly more DIY event than the high-sheen Pride Montreal’s programming. Check out some of his photos!