This feature documentary links the principles and tenets of gay liberation in the Stonewall era to today’s queer liberation movement. Over 30 academics, activists and artists share in-depth insights on their queer liberation sensibilities. From historical referencing to contemporary and modern day issues affecting the LGBTQ communities, revealed is an internal divide between those who have sought and are content with equality and those who challenge mainstreaming and continue to fight for liberation. A critical, socio-political analysis of gender and sexual politics is provided, highlighting the importance of maintaining a liberationist perspective for the LGBTQ movement. Free event, post-screening Talkback panel with film director and activists Charlie Hill and Marie Robertson and light refreshments.
- New York tap masters Dorrance Dance perform one night only at the NAC—02.29.20
- Queer co-working space Purple Maple Creative Studio opens in Vieux-Hull
- Art of War IV brings international Muay Thai fighters to the Canadian War Museum—02.29.20
- Interview: Orléans native Scott Sabourin, Ottawa NHL club’s hometown hero shows support for “top prospects” in the community
- Improv Festival brings local and cross-continent comedians to Arts Court—02.27.20 to 02.29.20