The Canadian director John Greyson has made major contributions to the New Queer Cinema canon and is still considered an innovator with a provocative artistic vision and firm political beliefs. He poses important questions about where engaged art ends and activism begins, remaining insistent and sincere throughout his career. How have the positions and challenges of an activist queer artist changed? His film Zero Patience (1993) is featured in our retro section.

Nov. 7 / 2:00 p.m.
The event will be streamed via Facebook and YouTube.

admission: free

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