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EXPOSE: Queer City Cinema Film Festival and Performatorium Festival of Queer Performance
Performances by Kris Canavan, Robert Hardaker, Zachari Logan, Emilio Rojas, Keijuan Thomas, Lechedevirgen Trimegisto, and Francis Marion Moseley Wilson
Films by Sam Berliner, Black Glitter Collective/Daddie’s Plastik (Persia, San Cha, Tyler Holmes, and Vain Hein), Samuel Centore, Mark Chapman, Thirza Cuthand, Katrina Dascher, Marie Dauverné, Mario de la Torre, Roberto Fiesco, Paige Gratland and Sam McWilliams, Anne Helene, Kemar Jewel and Andrew Paszkiewicz, Vika Kirchenbauer, Lasse Långström, Chico Lacerda, Nataly Lebouleux, Kristin Li, Daniel McIntyre, Kent Monkman, Fred Morin, Daniel Moshel, David Ng and Jen Sungshine, Vijay Patel, Alee Peoples, Sonya Reynolds and Lauren Hortie, Michael Robinson, Eric Rokey, Mauricio Saenz, Jessie Short, Cosmo Monely Soltani, Paula Stromberg, Chance Taylor, Daniel van Westen, kyisha williams, and tzuan wu
Curated by Gary Varro, Artistic Director, Queer City Cinema
Presented in partnership with Queer City Cinema
September 20 to 24, 2016
RPL Film Theatre, Central Gallery, and offsite locations
Ticketed screenings and performances are for adult audiences only
For schedules and ticket information, please visit http://www.queercitycinema.ca
The theme of this year’s festival is EXPOSE – to lay open to danger, attack, harm; to expose oneself to the influence of bad companions; to uncover or bare to the air, cold; to present to view, exhibit, display; to make known, disclose, reveal, unmask; to hold up to public reprehension or ridicule…In the spirit of adventure, non-conformity and unconventionality, EXPOSE is a double bill featuring Queer City Cinema Film Festival (20 years this year!) and the 5th Performatorium: Festival of Queer Performance. Turning the corner together, the two festivals begin a third decade of presenting queer visions to audiences in Regina and beyond.
Ro Hardaker, CHANT (cleanse), November 2015, SPILL Festival of Performance 2015, Hackney Showroom, Produced by Pacitti Company. Image by Guido Mencari.