LGBT Films

LGBT Film Festival – Thursday February 28th, 7pm (Toronto)


LGBT Film Festival – Thursday February 28th, 7pm (Toronto)

The FEEDBACK Monthly Film Festival is back for 2019.. Our home is The Carlton Cinemas, located in the heart of downtown Toronto at 20 Carlton Street. The event runs from 7pm to 9:10pm.

Continuing to showcase the best of short films from around the world, while maintaining our audience feedback format moderated by Kierston Drier. Showcasing a festival two times a month in Toronto in 2019!

Tickets for 2018 are PAY WHAT YOU LIKE.

If you like to obtain seats in advance and pick them up on the day of the event (come for FREE, or make a donation), please email us at festival@lgbttorontofilmfestival.com and we’ll reserve seats for you.

You can always make a tiny donation to the festival to guarantee your seats on the next and skip the lines:

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You can pick up the tickets on the day of the event at the cinema. Tickets are first come, first serve. This festival has sold out 76 out of its last 78 events!

You will be able to buy alcohol (beer, wine, liquor), popcorn, candy, and refreshments before the show.

Here is the full program of films. Festival starts at 7pm sharp!



FIRST ACT PROGRAM

SHE’S MARRYING STEVE, 22min, USA, LGBT/Comedy

Directed by Erika Kramer

A 20-something woman gets invited to her ex-girlfriend’s wedding to a man and decides to go. Despite her disapproval of the wedding, she travels to Connecticut for the weekend where she reunites with old friends and her ex and gains a new perspective on her past relationship.

CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

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EXPIRATION DATE, 7min., USA, LGBT/Romance

Directed by P.J. Norton

Luke and Michael have been dating for three years. In the morning, Luke is moving to San Francisco. Michael is not.

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SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE, 11min., Philippines, LGBT/Drama

Directed by Carl Chavez

JOSHUA, a timid teenager, comes home one night after beaten up by the school’s bully. Feeling the urge to avenge himself, he decides to take matters into his own hands. But things don’t go as planned. Now, he is left with no choice but to seek help from his policeman father.

CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

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SECOND ACT PROGRAM


T(HE)Y, 11min., USA, LGBT/Documentary

Directed by Caroline Callender, Silver Liftin

T(HE)Y was created with the idea of identity in mind. What we’ve each been through and how we are treated by others and society shapes us in very distinct ways. As a result, the world, especially New York, is filled with a diverse range of people with complex and different identities. Each day, different people experience and view the world through entirely different lenses, based on those identities. Often, we forget that this is the case.

CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

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BODIES OF WATER, 14min., USA, LGBT/Drama

Directed by David Lykes Keenan

It’s 1982, Marsh is 24 years old, and he struggles with a tormenting secret. Feeling disconnected human relationships others take for granted, Marsh treads water in the often painful doldrums of everyday life.

CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

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BO & MEI, 15min., UK, LGBT/Drama

Directed by Camille Liu Nock

A short film about a Chinese immigrant family who experiences racial prejudice as well as prejudice of a different kind within their own home. This is a story about a young person who with the support of their loving sibling is able to stand up for the things that make them different.

CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

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