|Friday Apr 20, 2018 9:00 PM - Friday Apr 20, 2018 11:30 PM | CA$10.00 - CA$25.00
FFIF Film Night ft. Checking Out Animal Closed Captions & LatinX
4 SHORT FILMS, ONE NIGHT ONLY! Brought to you by the Feminist FUCK It Festival.
Checking Out (but never leaving)
Director: Cecilia Escobar
Open relationships can often be one of the most difficult emotional situations. For college student Cecilia Escobar, it was a love affair in triplicate; alcohol, marijuana and a lady named Sara. In this documentary, Escobar depicts her open relationship with partying, drinking and smoking and the consequences that they inflict on the relationship with the most important women in her life.
Length: 9 minutes 35 seconds
Maeve, a young bi-racial doctor, is enjoying a quiet bite to eat following a medical conference, when Terrence, a confident older man, invites himself over. After an uncomfortable conversation, Maeve spots an opportunity to leave, forcing Terrence to reveal his true predatory intentions. Trapped and fearing for her life, Maeve is presented with an opportunity. Her choice could have fatal consequences.
Length: 10 minutes
Through passing glances and a connecting vent, Maude has developed strong opinions about her neighbour Kim. Mainly that Kim has it all and that she has nothing. Feelings of inadequacy and self-loathing are exacerbated when the closed captioning on Maudes TV has start making pointed comparisons between the two women.
Claire Armstrong - actor/producer
Aviva Armour-Ostroff - director/producer
Joanne Sarazen - screenwriter
Caitlin Driscoll - actor
Gabriela Osio Vanden - director of photograph
Sabrina Budiman - sound
Lauren Beatty - production assistant
Baun Mah - post-production
A group of kick ass women decided to make a film, also about women. Then they did. This is the result.
Director: Cecilio Guillermo Escobar
This film documents Cecilio Guillermo Escobar's gender transition. While becoming who he really is, he reconnects to his family and Latinx heritage.
A special presentation of a new film work directed by Karen Knox, written by Karen Knox and Dana Fradkin.
Takes the classic murder mystery genre and turns it on its head. Inspired partly by one of Toronto's most infamous crimes; 'The Massey murder of 1915,' this historical satire re-imagines the notorious Massey family on their country estate in 1932 the night after Matriarch Helen Massey's daughter Lara has been raped.
**Please note: Please note: Our venue is 100% accessible which includes gender neutral washrooms and a low-scent environment**
Geary Lane (View)
360 Geary Ave.
Toronto, ON M6H 2C7
|Minimum Age: 19|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|