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Celebrating Montreal image-makers, Queerment Québec features an eclectic and entertaining mix of emerging and established talent. Proving our city is a hotbed of queer creativity, these local filmmakers do not disappoint, offering up dazzling stories that speak of and to uniquely Québécois cultural perspectives.
A nurse, specializing in HIV care, chronicles the stories of her patients.
Dmitry Yushkov, a young Russian boy, is indoctrinated into an anti-gay neo-Nazi organization, in spite of himself.
Windows become screens.
After leaving Berlin, French multidisciplinary artist Golden Tuna surfs Montreal's cold and dark wave to find inspiration.
Mum's calling, and Lisa isn't pleased. Hi, It's Your Mother is a tragi-comedic stop-motion short about a mother's love for her child, and sometimes vice versa.
Guillaume masturbates too often.
Army, Sport and Fire, FORCES reflects upon friendship and masculinity.
Raynald is a family man who’s worked in the same tire plant for over 30 years. This week, nothing unusual in his daily life: work, hockey games with the guys, family night. However, this week, Raynald will make the biggest move of his life.
Pool follows the story of Willem, a young man from Norway, on the dawn of an existential quest.
Ruminations on an ethical dilemma: “do I see my father or put an end to this story once and for all?”