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Fawzia Mirza on the white, Western concept of coming out: "We have to let go of thinking that there’s one right way to be. It’s about finding better words and language to talk about the gay experience." Read more

Reviews

barbara findlay describes herself as a lawyer, and therefore a member of a privileged group, who did not herself have the same civil and human rights as everyone else: a paradox that became central to her life and her “lawyering.” Read more

Reviews

The VQFF program called Lovesong a story about two women “on the edge of something exciting,” but the most enjoyable parts of the film were the little things. Read more

Arts Reviews

Vengeful spirits, garbage dumps, people-shaped stains and a dilapidated swimming pool—this queer coming-of-age love story has it all. Read more

Arts Reviews

VQFF's Opening Gala film celebrates the most simultaneously disgusting and visceral bits of the human experience: bodily functions, sodomy and death. Read more

Arts Reviews

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