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June 30, 2020

Last Tuesdays Screening: Unsettled

Hosted by JAYU

6 PM – 8:30 PM

Join JAYU for the latest addition of the Last Tuesdays Virtual Screening Series with Tom Shepard’s Unsettled.

There are 70 countries in the world where same-sex sexual activity is a crime. 6 of those countries impose the death penalty. Against this backdrop of intense homophobia, Unsettled chronicles the brave stories of four LGBTQ+ refugees who fled their home countries to America. Director Tom Shepard tracks the incredible stories of Subhi, Junior, and the couple Cheyenne and Mari, recounting their persecution in highly insightful and profoundly moving interviews. The film closely examines the struggles of finding a place in America, while serving as a bold testament to the spirit of these strong individuals. At times devastating and at times emphatically hopeful, Unsettled celebrates the lives of these refugees with a heartfelt tale of loss and the ultimate triumph of love.

This screening is closed captioned and will be immediately followed by a Q&A with Tom Shepard (director) at 7:30 PM on Facebook Live with an ASL Interpreter.


  • JAYU

    401 Richmond Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 3A8, Canada

    info@jayu.ca (416) 712-3477

    JAYU is a registered Canadian charity and a leader in the space where the arts and human rights intersect.

    We believe strongly that the arts provide the strongest platform to share human rights stories. The arts can be used to educate, to build empathy, to heal, to forge community and to inspire the kinds of conversations necessary to reimagine a more just and equitable world.

    Guided by our dedicated team of staff, artists, educators and our Board of Directors, our year-round programming includes our annual Human Rights Film Festival, our iAM arts and social justice training program, The Hum Podcast and our Human Rights Screening Series.