I+N Festival Courts Queer / I+N Short Film Fest

EXPRESSIONS

Through dance, through gesture, through words; expressing queer moments in/through time.

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
We would like to acknowledge that the land on which we virtually stream to you is located on unceded Indigenous lands. The Kanien’kehá:ka Nation is recognized as the custodians of the lands and waters from which we virtually stream image+nation FCQSFF. Tiohtiá:ke/Montreal is historically known as a gathering place for many First Nations. Today, it is home to a diverse population of Indigenous and other peoples. We recognize the rich Indigenous heritage of this place, a place that is a source of pride and inspiration for the entire Montreal community.

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In this programme :

Des choses qui auraient pu être (Things that Might Have Been)
FARHAD PAKDEL | CANADA | 2020 | 6 MIN |  SANS DIALOGUE / NO DIALOGUE

Synopsis:In this hybrid of fantasy, dance and art aesthetics, a movie theatre cashier is haunted by the memory of her dead girlfriend who keeps coming back to the house where they lived together.

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The Uninhabitable Ones (Inabitáveis)
ANDERSON BARDOT | BRÉSIL / BRAZIL | 2020 | 25 MIN | V.O. PORTUGAISE S.-T.A. / PORTUGUESE S.-T.EN.

Synopsis: A Brazilian contemporary dance company is about to debut “The Uninhabitable Ones (Inabitáveis)”, its newest performance addressing black homosexuality. Running parallel to the rehearsals, the choreographer builds a friendship with Pedro, a black boy who doesn’t identify as a boy.

A poetic wildness of transgressive queers, of impressionist colours, of bodies that celebrate their black and Latinx existences.

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A Bronx Story
BELL SOTO |  ÉTATS-UNIS / USA | 2020 | 20 MIN | V.O.A. / ENGLISH

Synopsis: Two queer Dominican men living in Bronx, New York, navigate modern-day relationship’s trials and tribulations while trying to keep their love afloat.

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