==>Trans Film Series: 5th Anniversary Showcase
==>Free Film! Free Snacks! Free Talk!
The Trans Film Series hosts a FREE screening of:
"MURDER IN PASSING" "BECOMING IRFAN" & "HOMO NOETICUS"
All welcome. Allies welcome.
** Join us as the Trans Film Series marks it’s 5th anniversary! **
Share in an evening of post-modern intrigue – full of surprises and prizes!
► MURDER IN PASSING: A bike courier has been murdered...and everyone in the town of Passing B.C. is a suspect! Did you catch this murder mystery as it screened on TTC subway platforms? Now join us in launching it on the big screen; where Detective Epicene must untangle a bewildering conspiracy involving bikes, cars, opera, gender and greenwashing to expose the murderer.
dir.: John Greyson (2013)
► BECOMING IRFAN: offers both video performance and a new take on coming out videos. An experimental self-portrait, where the messiness of identity is revealed.
dir.: Eshan Rafi (2010)
► HOMO NOETICUS: explores a transition away from gender, sex and the body towards a spirit consciousness. This performance piece within an art film - a trans/queer manifesto for the new humanity called homo noeticus - is the next step in queer evolution.
dir.: Kiley May (2012)
DATE & TIME:
Wednesday March 27, 2013
6pm – food / 6:30pm – film + post-film discussion/artist panel
William Doo Auditorium, 45 Willcocks St.
For info and accessibility contact: email@example.com
|| ASL-English Interpretation || captions || gender-neutral washrooms* || wheelchair accessible ||
|| trans-positive space || food – vegan || TTC tokens available || FREE ||
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