LGBTQ film

Film Screening: “What I LOVE about being QUEER”

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The Equity and Inclusion Office is happy to ask that you widely share our invitation

UBC is proud to welcome Vivek Shraya to UBC Vancouver on September 24 to screen his film, What I LOVE about being QUEER. Join us for a lively discussion about language, identity and being queer at UBC.

Vivek Shraya is a Toronto-based artist working in the media of music, performance, literature and film. His film What I LOVE about Being Queer has expanded to include a tumblr page and book with contributions from around the world. The What I LOVE about being QUEER project has been featured on Huffington PostAbout.comCBC’s Metro MorningThe Shameless blogXtra! and Metro.

What I LOVE about being QUEER – Film screening & discussion with Vivek Shraya
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
12-1:30pm
Norm Theatre (SUB)
Student Union Building (Sub) (Wayfinding at UBC)

Space is limited for the Vancouver event – Register online and come early to reserve your seat and to get a slice of free pizza.

Presented by the UBC Equity and Inclusion Office, Vancouver and Okanagan partners: Access & Diversity; Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice; Critical Studies in Sexuality; First Nations House of Learning; Sexual Assault Support Centre; and The Pride Collective at UBC.