Re:Orientations...THREE DECADES LATER. A new film by Tenured Professor Richard Fung


WORLD PREMIERE / Inside Out: Toronto LGBT Film Festival

 
DateSaturday, May 28, 2016 - 4:30pm

Cost

Tickets: www.insideout.ca

Website

http://Tickets: www.insideout.ca

Location

TIFF Bell Lightbox, Cinema 2

WORLD PREMIERE / Inside Out: Toronto LGBT Film Festival

Saturday May 28 at 12:30pm / TIFF Bell Lightbox, Cinema 2

Tickets: www.insideout.ca

Re:Orientations, 2016, 68 min

In 1984, Richard Fung released his seminal first documentary Orientations: Lesbian and Gay Asians. Featuring 14 women and men in Toronto of South, East and Southeast Asian backgrounds, Orientations was the first documentary to explore the experiences and perspectives of queer Asians in North America. Re:Orientations revisits seven of the original participants as they see anew the footage of their younger selves, and reflect on their lives and all that has changed over the intervening three decades. Their interviews are deepened and contextualized by conversations with six younger queer and trans activists, scholars and artists.

DateSaturday, May 28, 2016 - 4:30pm

Cost

Tickets: www.insideout.ca

Website

http://Tickets: www.insideout.ca

Location

TIFF Bell Lightbox, Cinema 2

A Showcase of Student Work from Associate Professor Ron Wood's Fall 2019 B&W Camera & Darkroom classes
Guest Series invites artists, designers and creative professionals who have a specialized practice or area of interest to come to OCADU and give a talk, hold a workshop, studio visits or participate in a class critique.
Please see the poster and description for full details. 
Part of the “How We Paint” artists series, a unique artist speakers series presented by the program of Contemporary Drawing and Painting at OCAD University. Unlike a traditional artist talk, this programming invites esteemed local Toronto artists to share their materials and processes with the arts community at large.
HOW WE PAINT launching series again for the 2019/2020 school year and their first speaker is Gordan Shadrach!   
OCAD U and the Faculty & Curriculum Development Centre: Indigenous Education Speaker Series proudly present a public talk by Indigenous scholar and award-winning columnist, Dr. Niigaan Sinclair. Dr. Sinclair will be speaking about Anishnaabeg art and literature, bridging understandings towards reconciliation. November 22, 2019 1:30-3:00pm  OCAD U, 100 McCaul St, Room 190 All are welcome!
OCAD U Graduate Students are invited for an intimate meet & greet with Indigenous scholar & award-winning columnist, Dr. Niigaan Sinclair, preceeded by a public talk. Friday, Nov. 22  Public Talk: 1:30-3:00pm 100 McCaul St., Room 190 Meet & Greet for Graduate Students: 3:00-4:00pm  100 McCaul St., Room 187
Our first poetry slam!
Please read the description and poster for full details. 
Future game creators and enthusiasts! Join Vice President Taichiro Miyazaki for an employment information session providing insights to the game development scene in Japan.  
poster for the premiere with photograph of three young men of south asian background behind a camera
Saturday, May 28, 2016 - 4:30pm

WORLD PREMIERE / Inside Out: Toronto LGBT Film Festival

Saturday May 28 at 12:30pm / TIFF Bell Lightbox, Cinema 2

Tickets: www.insideout.ca

Re:Orientations, 2016, 68 min

In 1984, Richard Fung released his seminal first documentary Orientations: Lesbian and Gay Asians. Featuring 14 women and men in Toronto of South, East and Southeast Asian backgrounds, Orientations was the first documentary to explore the experiences and perspectives of queer Asians in North America. Re:Orientations revisits seven of the original participants as they see anew the footage of their younger selves, and reflect on their lives and all that has changed over the intervening three decades. Their interviews are deepened and contextualized by conversations with six younger queer and trans activists, scholars and artists.

Venue & Address: 
TIFF Bell Lightbox, Cinema 2
Website: 
http://Tickets: www.insideout.ca
Cost: 
Tickets: www.insideout.ca
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