In Casper Leonard and Emily Russell’s stunning first feature, young queers carve out their own destiny in a rural community in Southern Ontario.
When Evan, a narrow-minded teen, starts a new job at a decaying bait shop, he is met with surprise when his supervisor is the pink-haired, candid Ross. During their shifts together, the two grow closer and Evan becomes intrigued by Ross’s lavish world and the name he has made for himself in the quiet community. Evan’s biases and perspective are put to the test as he realizes that there is more to the rustic town and the people in it than he thought.
Elevated by breathtaking scenery and a dynamic, smouldering energy, How to Fix Radios is a brief but brilliant snapshot of the future of queer cinema.