The Mosaic Documentary Release Party
Mosaic: a documentary and dialogue
Mosaic is an amateur documentary film created by and for Trans folks. Mosaic seeks to tell the story of one Trans youths travel from Toronto to San Francisco, while also exploring the many interconnected stories of Trans folks across parts of Canada and the USA. Aiming to be both a documentary and dialogue, Mosaic engages its audience in a critical discussion around identity, struggle, and community. Bringing together nearly 50 interviews from Toronto, New York City, Philadelphia, Orlando, Tampa, Houston, Redlands, Oakland, and San Francisco, Mosaic delicately balances a variety of perspectives, opinions, and stories. Thanks to support from Ryerson University, the journey which began in 2012 is finally going to premier this summer!
Join us in celebrating the release of Mosaic with musical performances, live theatre, and spoken word, by Trans artists, along with clips from the film.
When: August 28, 2014
Where: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, Cabaret Space
Time: Doors 6:00pm, Show 7:00pm
FREE / PWYC Donation
We are so excited to have such a great group performing LIVE for this event! Check out this list to know who to expect & find out more about their incredible work listed in alphabetical order:
Alec Butler - http://www.alecbutler.com
Julian Alejandro Perez Lady Boy Sparkle -www.facebook.com/ladyboysparkles
Kit Wilson-Yang - www.kitwilson-yang.bandcamp.com
Olive-or-Oliver - www.facebook.com/oliveoroliver
Patricia Wilson - www.crackpuppy.net
Parker Hatcher - www.parkerhatcher.bandcamp.com
Rory Jade Grey of www.facebook.com/lezgauches
And our fantasitc DJ:
John Caffery - www.facebook.com/DJJohnCaffery
We ask that all folks come scent free. Refrain from wearing perfumes, colognes or any heavily scented products.
The venue is wheelchair accessible, gender accessible and will be a sober space for the duration of the event until 10:30pm.
Childcare will be available, please contact us by Thursday, August 21, 2014 if you think you'll be using this. Please let us know as much information as possible such as ages, allergies and other access needs.
The event is All Ages. The event will be a sober space until roughly 9:30 PM at which point we may choose to open the bar.
We have confirmed ASL - English Interpreters and all clips of the film shown will have closed captioning.
Active listening will also be available for folks in the space who may want or need someone to talk to as things come up throughout the event. While the film does not focus on any one issue, we recognize that some of the content may trigger and/or bring up feelings for viewers and we would like everyone to have the space to be supported.
If you are a survivor and you would like to attend this show but are worried your abuser may also attend, please contact us about how we can make this space safe for you to be in.
These access needs are not by any means exhaustive and if you have any specific needs, concerns or questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com