2016 Festival Overview
The first annual Toronto Queer Film Festival will showcase contemporary, innovative queer and trans film and video art. As a festival, we are committed to foregrounding work focused on communities typically underrepresented in mainstream film festivals, including work by and about Indigenous people, people of colour, women, persons with disabilities, queer, trans, non-binary, and two-spirit people.
TQFF will run for three nights (click on the links for detailed program info):
- June 22 – Queer/Trans/Activism
- June 23 – Queer Bodies, Queer Modernities
- June 24 – Closing Night Program: Pride Denied
LOCATION & INFO
129 Spadina Ave (down the laneway)
7:30 pm – doors
8:00 pm – screening & discussion
$5- $20 sliding scale ($12 donation suggested), no one turned away for lack of funds!
A limited number of festival passes with reserved seating available for $75 (please arrive at least 10 minutes before screening time). If you are able, please consider buying a pass or donating more for your individual ticket to help support making this festival accessible to everyone!
There are 1-2 steps at the main entrance. There is a rear entrance further down the laneway with no steps that is 35″ wide. Cinecycle is all on the same level, so there no steps inside or to the bathrooms. The doors to the bathrooms are 26″ wide. Please contact us with any accessibility requests.
Each night’s program notes which films are closed-captioned.