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iW NEWS | image+nation Celebrates 20

iW NEWS | image+nation Celebrates 20

Canada’s oldest and largest LBGT film festival, image+nation, kicks off its twentieth anniversary tonight in Montreal. Among the highlights are screenings of Eytan Fox‘s “The Bubble,” Duncan Roy‘s “The Picture of Dorian Gray,” Martin Weisz‘s “Butterfly: A Grimm Love Story,” “Alan Cumming‘s “Suffering Man’s Charity“, Laurie Lynd‘s “Breakfast With Scot,” Teddy Award winner “Spider Lillies” and Leesong Hee-il‘s “No Regret,” the first South Korean feature by an openly queer director. The festival will be supplemented by an international workshop focusing on “the past, present and future of LGBT culture and film,” with speakers including John Greyson, Patricia White, B. Ruby Rich, Barbara Hammer, Wieland Speck and Frameline‘s Michael Lumpkin. The festival runs until Sunday, November 25. [Peter Knegt]

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