A 20th Anniversary Screening Event 1999
Directed by Clint Alberta - 1h28min - Rated PG 14
Take a hilarious and bittersweet journey into the hearts and minds of some very ordinary, extraordinary young Canadians with this feature-length documentary. The filmmaker, assuming the role of Clint Star, seeks out his far-flung buddies, young Natives like himself. They talk about sex and life, love and abuse, and 500 years of oppression—all with humour, grace and courage.
This screening will be followed by a Q&A with filmmaker, curator, and Vancouver Queer Film Festival Programming Coordinator Justin Ducharme (one of three experts on Clint Alberta in Canada), and tuck-in to MediaQueer-sponsored Saskatoon-berry frybread.
This event is free to attend or pay-what-you-can!
Sponsored by Sled Island and Media Queer