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Rhubarb Does Movie Night // Week 2 Opening Party

Rhubarb Does Movie Night // Week 2 Opening Party

February 22

8:00 PM

Queer film and video art take over the Buddies building to open week two of Rhubarb, followed by our week two kick-off bash with a DJ set by iconic London filmmaker, artist, and DJ, Jeffrey Hinton.

-Hardcore Home Movies-

Dirty Looks creative director Bradford Nordeen presents Hardcore Home Movies, delving into explicit films and short videos of the Queercore counter-cultural movement to unearth the fluid exchange of erotic representations amongst queer bodies. Presented in partnership with Inside Out and Images Festival.

Hardcore Home Movies features:

- Jonesy, Fiend, Super 8 on HD, 3min., 1992

- Greta Snider, Hard-Core Home Movie, 16mm, 5min., 1989

- Jill Reiter, The Birthday Party, 16mm on video, 9min., 1993

- G.B. Jones, The Troublemakers, super 8 on DV, 20min., 1990

- Scott Treleaven, The Salivation Army, super 8 and video, 22min., 2001

- Rick Castro, 3. Dr. Chris Teen Sex Surrogate from Three Faces of Women: a feminine trilogy, VHS, 25min., 1994

- Greta Snider, Our Gay Brothers, 16mm, 9min., 1993

curator - Bradford Nordeen

partners - Inside Out LGBT Film Festival Images Festival

-Jeffrey Hintons Degenerate Glow a Queer montage-

UK visual/video artist Jeffrey Hinton digs into his personal video archives, spanning a career of over 30 years in London's underground club scene and in clubs around the world. Performance clips show Londons most profound queer performers - including rare footage of Leigh Bowery, Boy George, Divine, Christeen, Deee Lite and many more - before Hinton transforms the cabaret into a visual dream collage of intimate moments of play.

filmmaker - Jeffrey Hinton

curated by - Kevin Hegge Mixed Blood Media


Part of


Presented by Buddies in Bad Times Theatre

February 15-26, 2017

Festival Director Mel Hague

Festival Sponsor TD Bank Group

Wednesday Saturday, 8PM; Sunday 2:30PM

Starting at 8pm and sometimes as early as 6pm, and 2:30pm on Sundays, there are shows happening in both spaces at Buddies the Cabaret and the Chamber, so when you arrive at the theatre pick the show you want to see first, and 30 minutes later when its done you can either stay where you are or move to the other space for your next performance. There is a different set of shows each week and different special presentations each night so keep coming back.

Rhubarb starts at 8pm and shows are not individually ticketed. So that show you want to see at 9:30? If you just show up at 9 you will probably be out of luck and all the tickets were sold to people who came for the whole evening.

Festival Tickets Passes:

Wed-Sun - $20 Evening/Day Pass

Your ticket grants you access to all of the performances on a given day.

Rush Ticket Policy - PWYC limited to 10 tickets per day Thurs-Sun max 2 per person

Box Office 416-975-8555 or

Rhubarb Does Movie Night // Week 2 Opening Party

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