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June 13 – August 17 HSBC Gallery
Internationally renowned artists working at the intersection of film and the visual arts open debates about alternative sexual, romantic, and aesthetic practices, celebrating the origins and possibilities of contemporary queer identity. Mon: CLOSED Tues – Sat: Noon – 8pm Sun: Noon – 6pm
June 12 – July 5 TIFF Bell Lightbox
Personal, poetic and political, the work of the legendary British filmmaker and activist is both an invaluable historical document of the struggle for gay rights and a testament to cinema's endless, extraordinary possibilities.
June 19 – July 3 TIFF Bell Lightbox
Canada's queercore treasure joins us for multiple screenings during this retrospective of his inimitably steamy, seamy, scandalous and subversive oeuvre.
June 20 – 23David Pecaut Square
Settle in under the stars for four nights of classic LGBT favourites that audiences of all ages will enjoy, complete with special guests, live performances, music, and audience participation.
June 24 & 26 TIFF Bell Lightbox
Bask in the golden glow of certified queer classics at these special screenings of past Inside Out hits Tarnation and Hedwig and the Angry Inch—with directors Jonathan Caouette and John Cameron Mitchell in attendance!—as well as a special 10th-anniversary spotlight on Inside Out's Toronto short-fi lm showcase, Local Heroes.
June 25 & 26 Al Green Theatre, Miles Nadal JCC
Presented in conjunction with the WorldPride Human Rights Conference, this series of powerful documentaries highlights the struggle for equality in regions of the world where LGBT individuals continue to face violence, persecution and death.
June 22 at 2pm TIFF Bell Lightbox
Writer-director Lee Daniels, Out100's 2013 Artist of the Year, joins us onstage to look back at a career that includes some of the most arresting American films of the last decade, including Shadowboxer, Precious, The Paperboy, and Lee Daniels' The Butler.
June 25 at 7pm TIFF Bell Lightbox
One of the breakout performers of the hit Netflix original series Orange Is the New Black joins us to discuss international transgender advocacy and her documentary project Free CeCe.
June 14 at 4pm TIFF Bell Lightbox
One of the featured artists in our free exhibition Queer Outlaw Cinema, Ulrike Ottinger is renowned for her work in film, photography, theatre and points in between. Kathleen Pirrie Adams, co-curator of Queer Outlaw Cinema, introduces this special screening of Ottinger's key 1979 feature.
June 12 – 29 TIFF Bell Lightbox
Check out our line up of special guests.
June 19 at 7pm Buddies in Bad Times Theatre
Members Trivia heads off-site to Buddies in Bad Times Theatre for our special Pride Edition, in partnership with the Inside Out LGBT Film Festival.
Inside Out Members get 25% off tickets to Bent Lens: Pride on Screen films and events, including a discounted ticket to Get Bent!Inside Out Members can click the link below and log in to browse and buy tickets using the promo code provided via email.
Inside Out Member Tickets