Trans film screening series: Speakeasy

Monday, May 9, 2011 - 22:30 to Tuesday, May 10, 2011 - 00:30

The Trans Inclusion Group hosts a free screening of: "Speakeasy"

Everyone welcome. Allies welcome.

► SPEAKEASY: Shot in the style of classic film noir and reminiscent of the 1940′s, Speakeasy draws you inside its secret world of rough sex, queer fetish, and fearlessness. Detective Billy Castro descends into the world of porn noir as he investigates an underground queer club filled with handsome transmen and femme fatales. Award-winning director Courtney Trouble captures the feel of the 1940s, as well as the queer fetish and fearlessness of our own era.

WINNER! 2010 Feminist Porn Awards - Most Tantalizing Trans Film

dir.:
Courtney Trouble
trailer:
http://courtneytrouble.com/films/speakeasy/
rated:
unrated (2009)
<film running time 77 min>
possible triggers:
the film is porn, scenes of rough sex (note: this film has not been pre-screened)
language:
English (regretfully this film is not closed-captioned)

wheelchair accessible

416-978-8201

Vegan & nut-free meal/snacks (ingredient list available)
Open discussion afterwards.

 

Bahen Centre
40 St.George rm.1180
M5S 2E4 Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 34.6716" N, 79° 23' 48.6528" W
Ontario CA
Trans Film Screening Series

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