Canadian Premiere of Looking: The Movie

Looking: The Movie

AGO Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West

Tuesday, June 28 at 6:30PM

We are thrilled to announce that in partnership with HBO Canada, we will present the Canadian Premiere screening of Looking: The Movie.

Joining us for this special exclusive fundraising screening will be Looking cast members Murray Bartlett Dom and Frankie J. Alvarez Agustn who will join Inside Outs Director of Programming on stage for an extended post-screening In Conversation segment. Following the screening, Inside Out will host a private VIP Meet and Greet Cocktail Reception with Bartlett and Alvarez at Frank in the AGO from 8:30PM to 10:30PM.

Single Tickets:

Film Only: $20 General Public / $15 Inside Out Members

Film and VIP Meet and Greet Reception: $45 General Public / $35 Inside Out Members


Tickets for this exclusive screening can be purchased here:


The television series Looking, which debuted on HBO in January 2014, was not only heralded as a rarity in television an affirming, sexy, cathartic show" Vanity Fair but also as a "stealth breakthrough" The New Yorker and "one of the sweetest and most romantic shows on television" Huffington Post. Looking: The Movie wraps up the series' two-season run.

After living in Denver for nearly a year, Patrick returns to San Francisco for the first time to celebrate the wedding of old friends. In the process, he must face the unresolved relationships he left behind and make difficult choices about whats truly important to him.

Directed by Festival favourite Andrew Haigh "Weekend", "45 Years", Looking: The Movie stars Jonathan Groff Tony Award nominee for Hamilton, HBOs The Normal Heart, Frankie J. Alvarez Smash and Murray Bartlett August.


About Inside Out:

Inside Out presents the annual Toronto LGBT Film Festival, with financial support from Presenting Sponsor, RBC Royal Bank and Premier Sponsor, CTV. It is the largest event of its kind in Canada, showcasing the best and most diverse films by, for and of interest to LGBT communities. For 11 days, the Festival draws crowds of more than 32,500 to screenings, artist talks, panel discussions, installations and parties that showcase more than 175 films from Canada and around the world.

Canadian Premiere of Looking: The Movie

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