Wednesday April 5, 2023
This screening session features 5 films. All films are in English OR have English subtitles.
2236 Queen St E,
Toronto, ON M4E 1G2
Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis at the cinema starting 30 minutes before each screening. If you are certain you'll be there, you can also book your tickets in advance here.
To Do (UK) by Saul Pankhurst
Synopsis: A reflection on the Self Improvement Industry, explored through the filmmaker’s attempts to participate in a guided pseudo-mindfulness exercise. Running time: 00:03:23.
Catatonia (Canada) by Laurent Déry-Lauzier
Synopsis: A person is caught in a moral dilemma: scramble to help or flee out of fear. Running time: 00:01:33.
The Pleasure in Pain (UK) by Curtis Blair
Synopsis: An arthouse documentary short following key figures of the London kink scene on an exploration into BDSM and the notorious fetish event Klub Verboten. The film touches upon themes of psychology, neurodiversity, trauma, LGBTQ+ rights and black representation. Running time: 00:14:55.
Ballad of a Breakup (USA) by Lauren Loesberg
Synopsis: An experimental short reflecting on past breakups in friendships. Running time: 00:03:08.
Third Body (Israel) by Zohar Melinek Ezra, Roey Victoria Heifetz
Synopsis: Victoria, a transgender woman, embarks on a journey in search of release from the burden of the body and its limitations. Running time: 01:16:06.