Reelout Queer Film Festival 2021

I'd Rather Be Looking at RM Vaughan: Men's Shorts Program

Expired February 8, 2021 11:00 PM
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Dedicated to the loving memory of queer writer and video artist Richard Murray (RM) Vaughan who tragically died in October of 2020. This program starts with a festival-fave that has played at least twice over the years and is one of Vaughan's frequent collaborations with Jared Mitchell (I'd Rather Be Looking at Gay Porn). The rest of the program plays out in a dizzying spectrum of genres and tones; the creeping dread of Mark Pariselli's Family and the comedic The Big Snore by Matt Guerin demonstrates just how diverse a day-in-the-life of a Canadian gay couple can be; uncomfortable truths are uncovered in tales from Taiwan (The Rooftop) and the Czech Republic (Must be Painful) and romance and mysticism abound in tales from India (The Lonely Prince) and the Netherlands (Otherland).

This program is recommended for persons 14+ due to Mature Content.

An anthem for the disenchanted. When the respectable and desirable activities of modern society have turned to rot and stupidity, one voice calls out for a retreat to that which is supposed to be so disreputable.

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    Jared Mitchell & RM Vaughan