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August 18, 2019

Troublemakers 4.0

Hosted by Vancouver Queer Film Festival

Location

149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

August 18 at 4:00 PM

Our intergenerational film project Troublemakers is back for a fourth year! The Vancouver Queer Film Festival, Reel Youth and Love Intersections have gathered a fresh team of aspiring young filmmakers and experienced “troublemakers” to work together through an eight-session filmmaking program that captures our local queer, trans and two-spirit histories. The unveiling promises to be a gathering of talented young filmmakers, inspiring troublemakers, cast and crew, friends and family.

Troublemakers:
David C Jones, Christopher Hunte, Jane Eaton Hamilton, Terrie Hamazaki, Gregory Karlen, Marg Yeo, Sumter/April Sumter-Freitag, !Kona, Lisa Salazar, Morgane Oger

Youth:
Mac Walsh, Ichiro Kubozono, Corey Kuefler-ter Weeme, Ezra Loggin, Garima Garima,
Emily Tsang, Ezra Avdeyev, Christopher Riaz, Alex Dounce, Wyatt Chan, Mina Yang

The Troublemakers series will be preceded by 2019 Cinematheque and Out In Schools Student Short Films: Boy, Gen-darr, Painted Dreams and Becoming Me.

Please join us for a post screening reception with cast and crew at Bean Around the World at 5:30 PM.

More information and tickets

ASL interpretation for the screening and Q&A. Wheelchair accessible venue. Wheelchair accessible washrooms. Wheelchair accessible seating (6 spaces). Ramps from street level. Elevator. Pay parking lots and metered parking nearby. More accessibility information is available on the Vancouver Queer Film Festival website. If you have any additional accessibility questions, please call Out On Screen at 604-844-1615.