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Odehimin (Baie du coeur)
KIJÂTAI-ALEXANDRA VEILLETTE-CHEEZO ANISHNABE | 3 MIN | V.O. OJIBWE, F & A. / OJIBWE, FRENCH & ENGLISH
Synopsis: Odehimin is reconnecting with oneself and learning self-love.
DEAN HAMER & JOE WILSON | ÉTATS-UNIS / USA | 2020 | 16 MIN | V.O.A. / ENGLISH
Synopsis: An intimate glimpse of the first visible group of transgender men in the Pacific – the Rogers of Samoa. From the loneliness of family rejection and homelessness to the camaraderie of cooking, church and dance, their stories reveal the challenges and possibilities of life in an island society rooted in tradition.
ERIC PLAMONDON | CANADA | 2021 | 18 MIN | V.O.F. & A. S.-T.A. / FRENCH & ENGLISH S.-T.EN.
Synopsis: Riverside Queernessreveals 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.
MARY GALLOWAY | CANADA | 2019 | 8 MIN | V.O.A. / ENGLISH
Synopsis: A queer woman of colour struggles to regain her voice from the void as traumatic memories threaten to glitch her spirit away piece by piece, leaving an empty shell. With every ounce of willpower, she must find the strength to face the reality of another day.
THEOLA ROSS | CANADA | 2020 | 11 MIN | V.O. CRIE & A. S.-T.A. / V.O. CREE & ENGLISH S.-T.EN.
Synopsis:A Cree filmmaker and her white partner document their pregnancy and journey to parenthood. From the search for an Indigenous donor and midwife to their concerns about raising a child as an interracial queer couple, the joy of having a child together gives them the courage to overcome any obstacle.
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