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Queer Stories, Queer Histories

Reelout/RBC Opening Gala

Ages 14+
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Add to Calendar 2019-02-01 19:00:00 2019-02-01 23:00:00 Queer Stories, Queer Histories Our Reelout/RBC Opening Gala Selection for our 20th year, celebrates the stories and histories of our local LGBTQ communities. Three documentaries and one narrative based on a true story range from 1995 to 2018 tell the stories of humans looking for a place to live and love right here in Kingston,Ontario.   Film Selections Include one narrative and 3 short documentaries. Kingston is Burning by James Fowler/22min/1995/Canada. In the early to mid 90s, Kingston’s gay community experienced an unlikely boom in drag culture.  This short doc explores the gender-bending entertainers of the time including: Jas Morgan, Claudette Demeaner, Elexis Mann, Trudy and Naomi Woods. Miss Tyffanie- Extreme Close-Up by Sandra Jass, Jessica Lindal, Matt Maclellan/ 17min/2008/Canada. An intimate portrait of Kingston’s most popular drag queen- Miss Tyffanie Morgan. Tiny House by Josh Clapp & Isaac Alfie/18min/2018/Canada Inspired By A True Story – Tiny House is based on the true story of Lee Taylor, a Kingston/Canadian man, who was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis at a young age and learned to come to terms with his degenerative disease by planning and building a house that would allow him to survive on his own. This film provides insight into living with MS and it examines how a person’s outlook on life can impact their circumstances. Farm Sum Ontario by Jonathan Davies/16min/2018/Canada. Xiaobing’s discovery of wild bear’s garlic in a Munich park leads to a culinary whim that will alter the course of his life. with footage spanning a decade, Farm Sum Ontario explores the decisions, achievements and trade-offs of a couple making the unlikely decision to farm as they search for a sustainable way of life.   Performances include Erin Ball Erin Ball is a circus artist, coach and the owner of Kingston Circus Arts in Kingston, Ontario. After life changing events resulting in the loss of her lower legs, Erin has returned to her passion by adapting and creating new and different ways of executing her skills as a performer. Erin’s current projects include various aerial and ground work, creative and accessible audio description projects, and work with her company LEGacy Circus with Vanessa Furlong. Jenica Rayne & Lynne Hanson Jenica Rayne is a passionate singer-songwriter, accomplished guitarist, seasoned performer, and music educator. Rayne’s thought provoking songs are about personal and social consciousness. They artfully combine pop melodies with the lyrical sensibilities of the singer-songwriter genre and the storytelling of roots. Lynne Hanson is a Kingston-based singer/songwriter who plays both bass and guitar. Her songwriting is soulful and moving, with pretty melodies and compelling turns of phrase, and her voice is reminiscent of Norah Jones and Alison Krauss, pure and unaffected.  Lynne’s debut CD  ‘The Garden’  has been aired on CBC shows Fresh Air and Disc Drive, and was named one of 2007’s top albums by Fresh Air’s host, Jeff Goodes.  Her  second CD, “All the Time”, released in June of 2008, has received nationwide airplay on CBC, including ‘Canada Reads”, and was featured on CBC music librarian Mark Rheaume’s syndicated review column/show in August of 2008. The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning QueerEvents America/Toronto public

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The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning
370 King St WKingston
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