“Happy End?!” opens Queer Projections fall film series

Join us on Wednesday, October 1 at the Heritage Playhouse in Gibsons for the opening film in the Queer Projections Fall Film Series. With short films from Out in Schools’ Youth Short Video Contest winners.

Lucca’s carefully planned and promising law career is jeopardized when she meets attractive loner Valerie and joins her on a mission for justice. With everything hanging in the balance, can the collision of their two worlds really lead to a happy end? You be the judge.

This high-energy romantic road movie co-stars the beautiful Sinha Gierke (It’s Not Over) as aspiring law student Lucca, and the stunning Verena Wustkamp as her new friend Valerie. Irresistible chemistry blossoms between them as the two women embark on a wild adventure to deliver the ashes of recently deceased friend Herma to her final resting place — against the wishes of Herma’s family. Invigorated by Valerie’s free spirit, Lucca rebels from her father’s conservative plans as her dreams for the future evolve.


Directed by Petra Clever. Germany, 2014, German with english subtitles. Rated PG

Andrew and Leslie will be opening MORE cafe and bakeshop in Lower Gibsons after the films and offering a brewed coffee and cake special for $5. Join us to hang out and socialize.


Four events are currently scheduled.  We’re finalzing the screening rights for the December 3 screening and  will be announcing the full program soon!

Wednesday, October 1, 7:30pm  Happy End?!

Wednesday, October 15, 7:30pm Alex and Ali

USA, 2014, 84m, documentary/drama/romance. Directed by Malachi Leopold.
The Islamic Revolution tears apart a US Peace Corps Volunteer and the Iranian Muslim man he loves. After 35 years, the men reunite. The reunion — and shocking aftermath — are documented in this remarkable true story.

Wednesday, November 19, 7:30pm 52 Tuesdays

AUS, 2013, 114m, drama. Directed by Sophie Hyde
Sixteen-year-old Billie is blindsided by the news that her mother is planning to transition from female to male and that, during this time, Billie will live at her father’s house. Billie and her mother have always been extremely close, so the two make an agreement they will meet every Tuesday during their year apart. As her mother transitions and becomes less emotionally available, Billie covertly explores her own identity and sexuality with two older schoolmates, testing the limits of her own power, desire, and independence.

Wednesday, December 3, 7:30pm   TBA


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