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January 2017
$12

I Stand Corrected + Mezzo

January 28 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
The Screening Room, 120 Princess Street
Kingston, Ontario K7L 5M6 Canada
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An intimate and compassionate study of Leitham’s life, the film explores the self-doubts and fears she wrestled with as she rose through the ranks of an often homophobic jazz world, and celebrates the joy she discovered after embracing her female identity.

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Two Soft Things, Two Hard Things

January 29 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
The Screening Room, 120 Princess Street
Kingston, Ontario K7L 5M6 Canada
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As a small group in Nunavut, Canada prepare for a seminal LGBT Pride celebration in the Arctic, this fascinating documentary explores how colonization and religion have shamed and erased traditional Inuit beliefs about sexuality and family structure and how, 60 years later, a new generation of Inuit are actively “unshaming” their past.

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February 2017
$10

Upstairs Inferno

February 1 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Screening Room, 120 Princess Street
Kingston, Ontario K7L 5M6 Canada
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Narrated by Christopher Rice, this documentary is an investigative and compassionate look at the 1973 deadly arson of a New Orleans gay bar called ‘The Upstairs Lounge’: an event which held the title of “Largest gay mass murder in U.S history” for 43 years.

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Check It

February 4 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
The Screening Room, 120 Princess Street
Kingston, Ontario K7L 5M6 Canada
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Desperate to survive in a city where being true to who you are can get you killed, a group of black gay and trans teens form a gang in Washington, D.C., to protect one another.

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The Revival: Women and the Word

February 5 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
The Screening Room, 120 Princess Street
Kingston, Ontario K7L 5M6 Canada
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Touching on the history of Black women creating space for art and resistance in 1970s Harlem, to gender presentation and fashion, to confronting racism and police violence, filmmaker Sekiya Dorsett captures a story of queer women of color rarely told.

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