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Difficult Love by Zanele Muholi
Interrupting Linear Time
Pierre Radisson: Fjord and Gulf by Ben Donoghue
Self Portrait Post Mortem by Louise Bourque
Candy Kisses by Allyson Mitchell
Screenings & Events, December 2021
December 1 to January 16
Museum Kurhaus Kleve
(Kleve, Germany)
Zanele Muholi’s doc Difficult Love (2010) screens as part of the exhibit “The Naked Body: A Matter of Perspective.” Difficult Love is an intimate portrait of Muholi and her striking photographs of LGBTI people in South Africa.

December 2-7
Moments of Perception Book Launch (CFMDC.tv)
A recording of the virtual launch held November 30, featuring a video presentation and in-depth discussion with authors Stephen Broomer and Mike Zryd and editors Barbara Sternberg and Jim Shedden.

December 3 live; On Demand December 4-7
Interrupting Linear Time: A Panel Discussion (online)
A presentation and conversation between curator/artist/researcher Hexe Fey and the collective Catrileo+Carrión Community about multi-disciplinary works that choreograph 2 Spirit/Trans/Queer identities through the notion of non-linear time.

December 3
Cinéma Paraloeil
(Rimouski, QC)
Trains of Winnipeg (the short) by Clive Holden screens as part of “Hors les rails,” a program of shorts focused on trains.

December 6-20
SOUNDplay Festival
(online)
Pierre Radisson: Fjord and Gulf (2017) by Ben Donoghue screens at New Adventures in Sound Art’s SOUNDplay Festival. Newly remastered for online presentation, Pierre Radisson: Fjord and Gulf presents the daily activity and environment of its eponymous Canadian Coast Guard icebreaker. Artist Talk December 11.

December 8 & 9
Cinémathèque québécoise
(Montreal, QC)
No Place like Home - Les films de Louise Bourque: A two-part retrospective of the work of experimental filmmaker Louise Bourque. Part 1 screens December 8 at 6:30pm, Part 2 screens December 9 at 6:30pm.

December 9
Archive/Counter-Archive Symposium
(online)
Keynote: "Wanted Dead or Alive: From the Archive to the Counter-Archive in Documentary Film,” presented by Paula Amad and moderated by Sharon Hyashi.

December 9-18; Artist talk December 10
Cut Draw Fuck Kiss: Queer Animated Shorts from the CFMDC Collection (CFMDC.tv)
Curated by the X University Association of Moving Image Archivists Student Chapter, this program celebrates the multitudinous ways queer filmmakers have used the animation genre to tell stories about their experiences.
Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre
Monday - Thursday / 10:00 - 18:00
(416)  588 - 0725
Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre
Monday - Thursday / 10:00 - 18:00
(416)  588 - 0725