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Crave x Inside Out Presents
The L Word: Generation Q + Work in Progress

The groundbreaking drama series, The L Word®, revolutionized a generation and this fall the highly anticipated sequel The L Word®: Generation Q debuts. This FREE screening is generously sponsored by Crave on Giving Tuesday.

Our Dance of Revolution
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Regent Park Film Festival:
Our Dance of Revolution / Haus

Our Dance of Revolution tells the story of how Black queer folks in Toronto faced every adversity, from invisibility to police brutality, and over a four-decade span rose up to become a vibrant, triple-snap-fierce community.

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TIFF presents Five @ 50: An Intimate Look at Contemporary LGBTQ2+ Lives and Identities

Fifty years after the passing of Bill C-150, which partially decriminalized homosexuality in Canada, this world premiere event presents short films by five acclaimed Canadian artists who share their unique reflections on LGBTQ2+ lives and identities today.

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European Union Film Festival:
Something Is Happening

Irma, a recently bereaved young widow, joins the adventurously independent Dolores, in her convertible on a roving assignment to research the writing of a gay-friendly guide to Provence.

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Fluid Fundraiser for ACT

A unique, immersive, sex-positive event that fuses dance party, health and art to challenge what you know about HIV. You will leave with appreciation for how people experience HIV, and how they find support through services like ACT, whether living with HIV or at increased risk.

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TIFF BoomBox: Heroes Vs. Villains

Good and evil collide on October 31 at TIFF Bell Lightbox, where heroes face off against villains and Cirque du Soleil dazzles with an exclusive, one-night-only performance.

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imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival | Shorts Program: Indig Love Stories

Love moves past colonial states. From self-love to kinship to community love, this collection of shorts speak volumes to acceptance, nourishment and self-determination.

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Toronto South African Film Festival: Kanarie

Set in 1985 against a backdrop of apartheid, religion, and war, Kanarie follows a teen boy, Johan Niemand, who has always been bullied in his small town for his flair for British new wave music and love of Boy George...

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