CaribbeanTales International Film Festival Announces 2015 Queer Caribbean Program
CaribbeanTales International Film Festival (CTFF), for the fourth consecutive year, is proud to present QUEER CARIBBEAN, an exploration of contemporary Queer Caribbean experience.
A total of seven films (three features and four shorts) in this years 10-day festival, will throw a spotlight on issues of sexuality and gender from a Caribbean perspective.
This year’s QUEER CARIBBEAN is co-presented by MasQUEERade, Toronto’s premier Caribbean and diaspora LGBTQQIA+ community organisation.
“CaribbeanTales continues to have its finger on the pulse of a dynamic movement of evolving film expression across the region and its Diaspora,” says founder and filmmaker Frances-Anne Solomon. “In just ten years, a very short period of time, our film stories have matured to become stunningly assured, explosive, transgressive, probing, beautiful and urgent. And this is what we see represented on screen in this year’s selections.”