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  • Troublemakers 3.0: An LGBT2Q+ inter-generational film series (2018)

    Troublemakers is back for a third year in a row! The Vancouver Queer Film Festival, Reel Youth, and Love Intersections […]

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  • Violet & June

    comedy | sexuality

    VIOLET AND JUNE tells a story of falling love, the terror of being alive in a cold heartless universe, and […]

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  • Troublemakers 1.0: An LGBT2Q+ inter-generational film series (2016)

    The Troublemakers Film Project is an initiative that brought young LGBT2Q+ filmmakers together to create a series of mini-documentary portraits […]

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  • Troublemakers 2.0: An LGBT2Q+ inter-generational film series

    Double Trouble: Vancouver Queer Film Festival, Reel Youth, and Love Intersections teamed up for a matchmaking project pairing aspiring youth […]

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  • In a Heartbeat

    sexuality

    A closeted boy runs the risk of being outed by his own heart after it pops out of his chest […]

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  • Meet the Transgender NCAA Swimmer from Harvard

    athletics | intersectionality | transgender

    Schuyler Bailar is a decorated swimmer who was recruited to Harvard as a female, but has found peace after transitioning […]

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  • The Healer

    elder | gay | lesbian | two spirit

    Wendy shares her wisdom of Plains Cree healing techniques and how she has learned to love her two spirit self. […]

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  • Boys and Girls

    dating | lgbtq | sexuality

    The opening of the film finds Keith in the shower, singing off key and at the top of his lungs, […]

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  • The Queen

    gender | gender expression | sexuality

    Bobby, a Korean-American teenage outcast, is working at his parents’ dry cleaners over prom weekend. The prom queen and her […]

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  • I don't want to go back alone

    allyship | gay | sexuality

    Leonardo is a blind 15 year old who navigates high school with the help of his best friend, Giovana. The […]

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