Teenage Kicks (Inside Out More Play Screening Series)

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Teenage Kicks
Dir. Craig Boreham
Australia 2016 (100:00)

Teenage Kicks "confronts the topsy-turvy world of adolescence with a deeply compelling style and spirit" (The Guardian).

Miklós (Miles Szanto, Love My Way) is at the age when everything feels high-stakes. He is coming to terms with his own sexuality, and when his best friend Dan (Daniel Webber, 11.22.63) reveals that he has a new girlfriend, it puts an end to their plans to run away together. He is torn between loyalty to his migrant family and his own desires, and his world is soon rocked by the death of his brother Tommy, that he feels partly responsible for. Teenage Kicks beautifully captures this whirlwind period in Miklós' life, dealing with themes of guilt, friendship, cultural and familial loyalty, and burgeoning sexuality. Craig Boreham's unique voice is an exciting addition to Australian queer cinema. Teenage Kicks is based from Boreham’s 2009 short film, Drowning (Inside Out's 2011 Toronto LGBT Film and Video Festival).

Canadian Premiere
Official Selection, 2016 Sydney Film Festival


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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.

In addition, Inside Out is committed to challenging attitudes and changing lives year-round through the exhibition, production and promotion of LGBT film with initiatives that include the Ottawa LGBT Film Festival, development programs featuring the newly launched New Visions Project and the Short to Feature Award, as well as the More Play Screening Series.

Inside Out celebrates more than a quarter century of showcasing the best in Canadian and international cinema with the 2017 Toronto LGBT Film Festival that runs from May 25 to June 4, 2017.
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By: Inside Out LGBT Film Festival

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