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.
THANK YOU FOR WATCHING, THE FESTIVAL IS NOW OVER!
JON CRAWFORD | ÉTATS-UNIS / USA | 2020 | 5 MIN | V.O.A. / ENGLISH
Synopsis: A young photographer hears the story of an older man.
Hello Me (Здравствуй, я)
ANASTASIA SHALAYA | RUSSIE / RUSSIA | 2020 | 30 MIN | V.O. RUSSIAN S.-T.A. / RUSSIAN S.-T.EN.
Synopsis: Growing up, people try to conform to the norms, but this isn’t what our heroes did. This riveting documentary focuses on trans folk in Russia; about people who know firsthand what it’s like when you are different – in Russia, it is a crime. “What does it mean to feel like a woman? What does it mean to feel like a man? And what makes you feel like yourself? Let’s find out.”
ALEJANDRO SERRATOS | MEXIQUE / MEXICO | 2021 | 37 MIN | V.O. ESPAGNOLE S.-T.A. / SPANISH S.-T.EN.
Synopsis: Guadalajara is a diverse city. Through six stories of the LGBT2SQ+ community, this compelling short documentary assembles a contemplation of diversity that celebrates inclusion.
[tt-event url='https://www.tickettailor.com/checkout/new-session/id/704578/chk/8bb6/' minimal='true' bg_fill='false' show_logo='false' inherit_ref_from_url_param='' ref='website_widget']