Amnesia- The James Brighton Enigma (Amnesie- L’enigme James Brighton)
Directed By: Denis Langlois,
SCR: Denis Langlois, Canada, 2005, 35mm, 90 min.
Inspired by a true story that captured the imagination of two countries, Denis Langlois haunting film tells the story of an American who wakes up naked in a vacant Montreal parking lot. He remembers nothing about who he is or where hes from. The only thing he knows is that hes gay. Volunteers from a queer service organization launch a media campaign to help him recover his forgotten past. He comes to believe his name is James Brighton. Suddenly one night, James is arrested by the Montreal police. Who is he really? Fast-paced and stylishly directed, AMNESIA boasts a superb performance by Dusan Dukic in the lead role. Winner of the Best Canadian Feature award at the Inside Out Toronto Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, this compelling film explores themes of identity and consciousness as it weaves a spell of mystery that will keep you on the edge of your seat. - DC
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Shades of Grey
Directed By: John Cleland, USA, 2006, video, 14 min.
When his boyfriend is a victim of a hate crime, a young man decides to take justice into his own hands.
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IN COLLABORATION WITH: NATIONAL LESBIAN & GAY JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATION
SPONSORED BY: AV Brokers
|Date and Time
|Fri Jul 7, 8:00 pm