A Language of Limbs: “Drawing on poetry, historical research, and personal experience navigating the medical system as chronically ill, neurodivergent, and disabled people, A Language of Limbs argues that our bodies are not blank pages, or sites of diagnosis, but maps toward queer desire and agency.” (Creative Users Project, April 1, 2022)

8 things to do in Toronto this week: March 28 to April 3: “Afrofuturism, Indigenous futurism, technology, and sci-fi are very much at the forefront of this year’s Toronto Queer Film Festival. Expect an outstanding lineup of movies, videos, workshops, and presentations during this virtual event.” (Daily Hive, March 28, 2022)

Queer rom-coms and a new drag reality competition show streaming this April: “The Toronto Queer Film Festival is back with Queer Futurisms, presenting works that draw inspiration from Afrofuturism, Indigenous futurism, technology, science fiction, prophecies, projections and predictions. The festival streams online for Canadian viewers from March 31 to April 3. One of the films premiering under the category “Porn Is Boring” is Girl Gang by Charlie Benedetti, a Spanish short film about a queer female rock band.” (Xtra, March 28, 2022)

Toronto Queer Film Festival 2022: “A long time ago, in a galaxy not so far away… human beings from planet earth were looking to draw inspiration from us! They had visions of future times with flying cars and Robo dogs, but what do these visions have to offer them regarding human rights, gender, land back and the environment? This is what TQFF will explore!” (NOW Toronto, Mar 25, 2022)

Sailor Moon Parody Fandub Will Screen At Toronto Queer Film Festival On April 1: “The official website of the Toronto Queer Film Festival announced to screen a dark comedy parody version of the iconic 90s anime Sailor Moon titled Sailor Moon Rated R: The Promise of His Rosebud fandub on April 1 at 9 p.m. EST.” (Anime Hunch, March 24, 2022)

Sailor Moon Parody To Be Screened At Queer Film Festival: “In this version of the film Darien — AKA Tuxedo Mask — must confront his repressed sexuality when a childhood cuddle buddy named Fiore returns to his life in an attempt to reveal his secret identity. Possessed by a sex-positive Kisenian Blossom, known as the Xenian Flower in other official dubs, Fiore fights for Darien’s “D” in a battle against the Sailor Scouts.” (GamesRant, Mar 24, 2022)

Toronto Queer Film Festival To Screen Sailor Moon Parody Fandub on April 1: “Harjot Bal’s rewrite of Sailor Moon R film is ‘dark comedy that focuses on issues related to queer folx, women, and people of colour.'” (Anime News Network, March 23, 2022)

Indigenous drama Wildhood is more than a two-spirit love story: “‘My impression thus far of industry efforts in these regards is that they are woefully insufficient and serve to perpetuate continued colonial/settler control over arts institutions and resources,’ Chisholm, who uses they/them pronouns, told CBC News in an email.” (CBC, March 11, 2022)

Toronto Queer Film Festival 2022!: “This year our programme presents Afrofuturist and Indigenous futurist works alongside work by queer and trans artists that explore themes of technology, resistance, rebellion, joy, love, science fiction, prophecies, projections, and predictions.” (BlogTO, 2022)

Sailor Moon parody to be screened at Queer Film Festival: “The film festival announced that the parody title Sailor Moon Rated R: The Promise of His Rosebud Will air on April 1 and no, it doesn’t seem like an April Fools’ Day joke. The film has been edited and rewritten to tell a dark comedy story about ‘issues concerning queer foxes, women and people of color.'” (Deluxe News, 2022)

“Porn is So Boring” at the 2022 Toronto Queer Film Festival: “Featuring themes such as body inclusivity, asexuality, and safer sex practices, these films bring us into a world of intimacy through passion, slow sensual pacing, exploration, and beautiful bodies coming together.” (Pinklabel.tv, 2022)

Toronto Queer Film Festival: “Welcome to Toronto Queer Film Festival  2022 ~ Queer Futurisms. TQFF 2022 will evolve around our milky way, presenting works that draw inspiration from or function within Afrofuturism, Indigenous futurism, technology, Sci-Fi, prophecies, projections and predictions. Tune into TQFF 2022!” (YOHOMO, 2022)

Toronto Queer Film Festival 2022: Queer Futurism: “A long time ago, in a galaxy not so far away… human beings from planet earth were looking to draw inspiration from us.” (Creative Users Project, 2022)