Each year, the image+nation Festival highlights the creativity of Montreal filmmakers during this now 19th edition, taking place at the Phi Centre for the fourth year in a row. During an evening of screenings and discussion, emerging and established producers will share their dazzling stories with us; works exploring queer cultural perspectives specific to Quebec. Our city is a hotbed of queer creativity and this evening of fun, film and festivities rightfully celebrates our spectacular homegrown talent.
Event: 7 PM
A $1 fee is included for online sales
Where: Space A (1st floor)
General admission – seating not guaranteed
Photo (Cover): courtesy of image+nation
Metal Heart, by Frigid (Canada, 3 minutes)
Une mêlée à trois (A Three Player Scrum), by Danika Vermette (Canada, 7 minutes)
What Does It Mean To Be Happy, by Jesse Gotfrit (Canada, 11 mintues)
Trois mois (Three Months), by Sasha Alcoloumbre (Canada, 17 minutes)
Mon père travaille de nuits (My Dad Works The Night Shift), by Zachary Ayotte (Canada, 15 minutes)
Dormir désir (Sleeping Longing), by Virginie Nolin (Canada, 13 minutes)
Canicule (Heat Wave), by Fanny Perreault (Canada, 15 minutes)
Delphine, by Chloé Robichaud (Canada, 14 minutes)
Canada's oldest LGBTQueer film festival, Image+Nation offers up a festival of award-winning features, documentaries and short films from here and around the globe to a dedicated Montreal audience, eager to discover and experience an evolving queer cinema. Entering its fourth decade of showcasing LGBTQ culture, the Festival explores New Queer Storytelling, and the uniqueness and universality of these stories. Image+Nation reflects our changing world and brings audiences contemporary ideas of what it means to be LGBTQ in the 21st century — stories for all to see and to share.