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The Acrobat: an act that few could handle

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Not all of Canadian filmmaker Rodrique Jean’s output necessarily have LGBTQ content, but the last two he made ‘Love in The Time of Civil War’ and also Men For Sale are unapologetically about the street hustlers in NY.  He uses the city again as the setting for his latest and by far his most extraordinary … Continue reading




Two Soft Things, Two Hard Things

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What starts out as such a disturbing eyeopener with  some of more shocking aspects of the history of the Inuit people  in Nunavut, the Northern Territory of Quebec in Canada, does thankfully end on a positive and upbeat note for the people who identify as LGBT in that community. This new wonderful documentary from filmmakers Mark Kenneth … Continue reading



A Paradise Too Far

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When Samuel (Maxime Dumontier) and Emile’s (Marine Johnson) mother is killed in a road accident in a remote rural area in Northern Quebec, the young adult siblings both with development disabilities cannot start to grasp the reality that she will never be back. Samuel works shredding paper at a print shop and lives in a Care … Continue reading




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