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ANNA KUPERBERG | ÉTATS-UNIS / USA | 2021 | 15 MIN | V.O.A. / ENGLISH
Synopsis: Carla Jean Johnson accepts her fast and aggressive cancer diagnosis with clarity and grace while photographer Anna Kuperberg, her long time wife, documents their final days and weeks together.
With mesmerizing footage and intimate recordings of the couple’s final conversations, Eleven Weeks is a story more about love than death.
ERIC PLAMONDON | CANADA | 2021 | 18 MIN | V.O.F. & A. S.-T.A. / FRENCH & ENGLISH S.-T.EN.
Synopsis: Riverside Queerness reveals hard moments in the Prairies’ shadowed queer history. Three storytellers navigate muddy waters in the deep rivers of Manitoba’s subconscious, where truth is blurred by the power of the currents.
MANUEL GÜBELI | SUISSE / SWITZERLAND | 2020 | 35 MIN | V.O. SUISSE ALLEMANDE S.-T.A. / SWISS GERMAN S.-T.EN.
Synopsis:Sascha’s name wasn’t always Sascha. But now it is. Sascha doesn’t identify as a man or as a woman, but as trans non-binary. A story about what it means to live in a society that wasn’t expecting you. A glimpse into a life that allows us to question our own categories. And a film about what it means to be oneself.
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