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Inside Out 2016 New Visions says
New Visions
AGO Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West (at McCaul Street)
Wednesday, June 1 at 5:30PM | #InsideOut16

We are proud to re-launch New Visions (formerly known as the Queer Video Mentorship Project) after a two-year hiatus. We took this time to carefully research the needs of the LGBT youth and elder communities to redevelop this innovative, multi-generational video mentorship program. This year's video project consisted of two elders and two youth participants, all passionate new artists with a vision. Over the past six months, they have journeyed together uncovering the skills, joys and trials of videomaking in order to create short works that both challenge and touch us. The program, proudly co-presented by Inside Out and Charles Street Video, lies at the heart of the queer Canadian film and video community.

Book your ticket in advance at First come first served. A limited quantity of tickets will be available at the Jackman Hall box office 30 minutes prior to the screening.


Old Dogs, New Tricks
Dir. Michael Agnew
Canada 2016 (7:00)
When an older gay couple hosts a younger couple for coffee, an unexpected visitor causes some intergenerational friction. The only way to resolve their differences is in that tried-and-true gay way - with a musical number!

Paint it White
Dir. Bessie Cheng
Canada 2016 (7:00)
Paint it White is a documentary that explores whitewashing in the arts. How does someone's experience growing up as a person of colour affect the work they do now?

Dir. Ian McAndrew
Canada 2016 (7:00)
This experimental documentary short shows how we recreate our experiences of childhood abuse in our adult love relationships.

at home
Dir. Dinaly Tran
Canada 2016 (7:00)
at home explores the difficulties of navigating what it means to be queer when you are an immigrant or have immigrant parents and are living with, or without, them.


About Inside Out:
Inside Out presents the annual Toronto LGBT Film Festival, with financial support from Presenting Sponsor, RBC Royal Bank and Premier Sponsor, CTV. It is the largest event of its kind in Canada, showcasing the best and most diverse films by, for and of interest to LGBT communities. For 11 days, the Festival draws crowds of more than 32,500 to screenings, artist talks, panel discussions, installations and parties that showcase more than 175 films from Canada and around the world.
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By: Inside Out LGBT Film Festival

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