reframed: a project of the lgbtq youth initiative (free film screenings – click for schedule)
we asked, you told us: you want low-pressure spaces to connect, to see your identities and experiences represented, and to learn more about your communities.
welcome to reframed: a series of free film screenings and discussions for lgbtq youth, happening this summer at community organizations across the city.
all screenings are on fridays, 5:30pm-8:30pm
March 24: But I’m a Cheerleader
Topic: what makes a queer classic?
March 31: Kiki
April 7: Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Topic: gender & performance
April 14: Margarita with a Straw
Topic: disability and sexuality
April 21 (at TIFF): Moonlight
Topic: oscars so white
April 28: Taking the Cake/xrated
May 5: Saving Face
Topic: representation in film
May 12: Fire Song
Topic: Two-Spirit identities
May 19: shorts
May 26: San Junipero
Tokens and food will be provided. Please let us know if you have any access needs.
reframed: is a series of free film screenings and discussions for LGBTQ youth, happening this summer at community locations across the city. reframed: is a program of the LGBTQ Youth Initiative, a collaboration between Planned Parenthood Toronto, Central Toronto Youth Services, Egale Canada Human Rights Trust, Griffin Centre, Sherbourne Health Centre, LGBT Youthline, The 519, and the Toronto District School Board’s Gender Based Violence Prevention Office that aims to create a stronger support system for LGBTQ youth in Toronto. We’re grateful to TIFF for their support in organizing this programming series.
The LGBTQ Youth Initiative has been made possible through the financial support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation. The Ontario Trillium Foundation is an agency of the Government of Ontario.