• Eva + Candela

    Ruth Caudeli

    A portrait of two strong, independent women: a female director and the star of her first film, drawn together by a powerful attraction and their shared desire to take on the movie world.

    Genre: Drama
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  • Violet and June

    Linnea Ritland

    “Violet and June” (2017) is a bouncy lesbian romcom about an anxious young woman named Violet, who falls in love with her best friend, June.

    Genre: Comedy Shorts
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  • Chris Bearchell

    Chris Bearchell is a one of the most notable people in the history of queer liberation in Canada. She began writing for The Body Politic in 1975 and for years was the only woman writing for the paper. She was also part of the founding of some of the first queer organizations in Canada.

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  • Hearts Beat Loud

    Brett Haley

    In the hip Brooklyn neighborhood of Red Hook, single dad and record store owner Frank is preparing to send his hard-working daughter Sam off to college while being forced to close his vintage shop. Hoping to stay connected through their shared musical passions, Frank urges Sam to turn their weekly jam sessions into a father-daughter live act.

    Genre: Comedy Romance
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  • Toilet Line

    Goodyn Green

    Two women are waiting in line for the bathroom, their chemistry hanging palpably between them. Eventually they make it into the stall!

    Genre: Shorts
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  • barbara findlay

    barbara findlay is a lesbian feminist lawyer known for her ground-breaking equality rights cases argued at the highest court levels in Canada. She has practised as a labour lawyer, worked for the Legal Services Society doing poverty law, and has been a member of the Faculty of Law at the University of British Columbia.

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  • Wild Nights with Emily

    Madeleine Olnek

    So you think you know Emily Dickinson? Well, Wild Nights with Emily is here to tell you that you don't. Not even a little bit.

    Genre: Comedy History
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  • Softcore

    Varun Saranga

    Lila and Ashleigh are two bridesmaids who meet and are irrevocably changed through a humorous discussion about love, sexuality and lost relationships.

    Genre: Comedy Shorts
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  • Ann-Marie MacDonald

    Ann-Marie MacDonald, is a Governor General’s Award-winning playwright, novelist and broadcast journalist, is known for her literary works, Fall on Your Knees and The Way The Crow Flies.

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  • Faith Nolan

    Faith Nolan is a singer/songwriter with a deep history of queer, women’s and anti-poverty activism. Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, her parents and extended family were coal miners in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia of African, Miqmaq and Irish heritage. She later grew up in Toronto's working-class Cabbagetown.

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