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“Soirées Ciné LSTW” – The programming

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Lesbian outdoor movie nights in the Village, weekly, from June to August. A special collaboration between Lez Spread The Word & Aires Libres festival.

It’s with great pleasure that we are unveiling our programming for this year’s Soirées Ciné en plein air, as part of the Aires Libres Festival.

Our programming au féminin includes fiction movies, documentaries, shorts and web series from around the world. Our desire is to invite women from the community to rediscover the Village this summer.

Official programming:

Tuesday – June 9th

Documentary L’industrie du ruban rose
Directed by Léa Pool
Canada

Tuesday – June 16th

Feature film Les filles du botaniste
Directed by Sijie Dai
Canada and France

Tuesday – June 23rd

Webseries Producing Juliet
Directed by Tina Cesa Ward
England

Thursday – July 2nd

Medium-length film La douce agonie d’un désir dérobé
Directed by Emmanuel Létourneau Jean
Canada

Tuesday – July 7th

Short films night
Piano (musical performance), La Cité Idéale, Crosswalk, Nuit Fauve, Syzzors
Canada, France and United States

Tuesday – July 14th

Webseries Homogène
Directed by Isabelle Courville
Canada

Tuesday – July 21st

Webseries Dyke Central (part 1)
Directed by Florencia Manovil
United States

Thursday – July 30th

Webseries Dyke Central (partie 2)
Directed by Florencia Manovil
United States

Tuesday – August 4th

Documentary To Russia With Love
Directed by Noam Gonick
Canada

Tuesday – August 11th

Humor / Webseries The Gay Women Channel
Adrianna DiLonardo and Sarah Rotella
United States

Tuesday – August 18th

MASSIMADI night by
Arc-en-ciel d’Afrique
Canada

Thursday – August 27th

Documentary The Boxing Girls of Kabul
Directed by Ariel Nasr
United States

About Aires Libres

Aires Libres is an annual public art event which unfolds from May to September on Ste-Catherine Street’s pedestrian walkway between St-Hubert and Papineau. This year’s participating artists were invited to reflect on the notion of empathy at the intersection of their respective approaches. “Politics of Empathy” probes the implications of our capacity to project ourselves in the emotive experience, and broadly, the cognitive experience, of the Other.

http://www.aireslibres.com

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