Saturday July 9, 5PM


JJR Macleod Auditorium
1 King’s College Circle, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1A8
Wheelchair Accessible on Main Floor

Saturday 5PM JJR Macleod Auditorium 1 King’s College Circle, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1A8  – Tickets $ 12 each :

Saturday 5PM JJR Macleod Auditorium 1 King’s College Circle, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1A8  – 2 Tickets $ 20 :


Reinventing The Reel – 20 min – Toronto Premiere
Dir. Michael Gorlick
Toronto, Canada, USA Reinventing The ReelMovie • 20 min • Documentary, Adventure

Synopsis: Completed Sep 2015 ‘Reinventing the Reel’ is a documentary short about contemporary independent film-makers’ attempts to change the portrayal of LGBT characters in film. The film begins with a historical perspective of the big-studio Hollywood treatment of LGBT characters, and then shows how that portrayal has changed, and why is important that it continues to change.This brief history is followed by an inside look into how specific independent filmmakers are attempting to breaking the chain of that negative history on a small scale.

The documentary follows the journey of Casper Andreas, an American independent film-maker, as he directs and produces ‘Kiss Me, Kill Me’ a murder-mystery feature film about a group of characters in West Hollywood who happen to identify as LGBT. In the film’s story, their gayness comes secondary to the fact that they are authentically flawed human beings dealing with challenging life experiences separate from their sexuality. With the help of game-changing tools like crowd funding, film-makers like Casper Andreas can bypass the big studios and finance their films by accessing an already-existing audience.The underlying message of ‘Reinventing the Reel’ is that it may no longer be necessary to wait for that: like-minded individuals are now able to take the creative power into their own hands and bring their ideas to life with the support of a waiting and eager audience.


Symbiofaerietaxiplasm – 103:00 min – North American Premiere
Dir. Georg Vogt, dir. Christian Karst
Österreich, Austria

Synopsis: Symbiofaerietaxiplasm is an experimental documentary on the beginnings of the radical faerie movement in Austria. It follows the appropriation of a queer subculture that emerged in the 1970s San Francisco gay scene in an contemporary Austrian environment. The film team collaborated with the faeries from 2012 to 2014. During that time faeries found their place in Lower Austria, but also invited the international faerie community to the first international Faerie gathering “The Sound of Faeries” in the alps. The film shows the faeries at public events, their faerie shows, everyday live at their sanctuary, their gathering and various ceremonies.

Keywords: #LGBTQ #LGBTQIA #Queer #Faeries #SanFrancisco #Gay #Austria #Symbiofaerietaxiplasm

Cast:  Bastian Petz, Mata Hari, Red Rose, Jim from rural France not Paris