Reframed: a project of the LGBTQ Youth Initiative (free film screenings – click for schedule)

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Reframed: a project of the LGBTQ Youth Initiative (free film screenings – click for schedule)

We asked, you told us: you want low-pressure spaces to connect, to see your identities and experiences represented, and to learn more about your communities.
Welcome to reframed: a series of FREE film screenings and discussions for LGBTQ youth, happening this summer at community organizations across the city.
all screenings are on Thursdays, 5:30pm-8:30pm

 

FULL SCHEDULE

July 14: Hedwig and the Angry Inch @ Breakaway Addiction Services (21 Strickland Avenue)

July 21: But I’m a Cheerleader with Shameless @ The 519 (519 Church Street)

July 28: The Pearl of Africa @ AccessPoint on the Danforth (3079 Danforth Avenue)

Aug 4: Expanding Gender: Youth Out Front (shorts) @ Central Toronto Youth Services (65 Wellesley St E, Suite 300)

Aug 11: Appropriate Behavior @ The Studio (40 Orchard View Blvd, Suite 100)

Aug 18: Pariah @ BlackCAP (20 Victoria Street, 4th floor)

Aug 25: Fire Song with The Youthline @ Sherbourne Health Centre (333 Sherbourne Street)

Sept 1: Tangerine @ Supporting Our Youth (333 Sherbourne Street)

Sept 8: Saving Face @ Griffin Centre (1126 Finch Ave W)

Sept 16: Choose your own adventure @ TIFF ( 350 King St W)

 

Tokens and food will be provided. Please let us know if you have any access needs.

 

reframed: is a series of free film screenings and discussions for LGBTQ youth, happening this summer at community locations across the city. reframed: is a program of the LGBTQ Youth Initiative, a collaboration between Planned Parenthood Toronto, Central Toronto Youth Services, Egale Canada Human Rights Trust, Griffin Centre, Sherbourne Health Centre, LGBT Youthline, The 519, and the Toronto District School Board’s Gender Based Violence Prevention Office that aims to create a stronger support system for LGBTQ youth in Toronto. We’re grateful to TIFF for their support in organizing this programming series.

The LGBTQ Youth Initiative has been made possible through the financial support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation. The Ontario Trillium Foundation is an agency of the Government of Ontario.