Trans Film Screening Series: Launch Party for Alec Butler's "My Friend Brindley" and Collected Works

Monday, November 28, 2011 - 16:29

==>Trans Film Night: "MY FRIEND BRINDLEY"
==>Free Film! Free Snacks! Free Talk!

The Trans Film Screening Series hosts a FREE screening of:
"MY FRIEND BRINDLEY" & the collected works of ALEC BUTLER

Everyone welcome. Allies welcome.

► MY FRIEND BRINDLEY: ***FILM PREMIERE*** An artistic documentary by Alec Butler about human rights activist, artist and biker Kathleen Brindley, who was the filmmaker's best friend until her death in 2007.

dir.:Alec Butler
rated:unrated (2010)
language:English (regrettably closed-caption/subtitles not available)

DATE AND TIME:
Monday November 28, 2011
doors 6:30pm/ films start 7:00pm
FREE
LOCATION:
William Doo Auditorium
45 Willcocks st.

ALSO SHOWING:
► TRANS CABARET ► MISADVENTURES OF PUSSYBOY TRILOGY ► AUDREY'S BEARD ► UNSTOPPABLE ► DARLA'S GOODBYE . . . Artist Q&A . . . and more . . .

For info and accessibility accommodations contact: tig.action.toronto@gmail.com

|| wheelchair accessible || refreshments - vegan || TTC tokens available || FREE ||

Follow on Twitter @TRANSfilmseries
womenscentre.sa.utoronto.ca
416-978-8201

** This event is part of
"LINKED OPPRESSIONS: Racism, Homophobia, and Transphobia"
organized by the Equity Students Student Union. Thank you. **

Post-event the collected film works of Alec Butler will be available through The Dr. Chun Resource Library (a social justice library and joint project with OPIRG Toronto located at The Centre for Women and Trans People).

-MORE DETAILS TO COME-

 

William Doo Auditorium
45 Willcocks st.
M5S 1C7 Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 40.608" N, 79° 24' 2.5668" W
Ontario CA
Trans Film Screening Series

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