Film Festival – For over 30 years, Image+Nation has been presenting a selection of some of the best international queer films to avid Montrealers, eager for novelty and originality. This unique annual meeting offers a moment of exchange, which will explore stories surrounding LGBTQ+ people from all around the world. The Queer Film Festival is the oldest of its kind in Canada, and one of the first in Montreal. Screening in 2017, the festival will mark 30 years of diversity in the city.
The Montreal Queer Film Festival will run from November 23rd until December 3rd 2017. There will be a combination of documentaries, short films and feature films, all surroundings themes around sexuality and gender identity within the LGBTQ+ community. Some films include the very much anticipated Call Me By Your Name by Luca Guadagnino, as well as Nobody’s Watching by Julia Solomonoff, Alaska is a Drag by Shaz Bennet and many more.
Ticket prices and locations, will vary depending on the films you choose to watch. Click here to view the complete list of films available at this year’s edition of Montreal’s Queer Film Festival. Click here to access their Instagram page to stay up to date with their feed, and make sure to tag us in your posts using the #MTLtimes if you enjoy this year’s festival.