Best Of Queer City Cinema 2015

Queer City Cinema ran May 21-23 this year. It was a hectic stretch for the arts in Regina, as the run coincided with the last three days of the Cathedral Village Arts Festival, and live theatre runs for Mary Poppins and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

If you missed the festival, or perhaps want to revisit some of the short films and videos that artistic director Gary Varro presented, the Dunlop Art Gallery is hosting a free screening of work from the festival on Tuesday Aug. 4.

You can find a bit more detail on QCC 2015, and the festival theme of Layers, here. And Tuesday’s screening goes at 7 p.m. at the RPL Film Theatre.

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