Queerability Shorts

Queerability Shorts

Queerability Shorts showcases innovative and bold stories by and about LGBTIQ people with disabilities. 


Warning - Dawn of the Deaf contains sexual violence and horror themes


Open Caption screening


Picture This

Directed by Jari Osborne | 34 mins

In Picture This, a new documentary by Jari Osborne, we follow Andrew Gurza, a self-described "queer cripple," as he plans the second edition of Justify My Love—a sex-positive play party that the international media was quick to call a "handicapped orgy" when it launched in Toronto the year before.



Directed by Akira Kamiki | 12 mins

Afterglow is a sensorial movie about finding the joy of living again, going through a day in the life of a gay couple suffering from depression.


Dawn of the Deaf

Directed by Rob Savage | 12 mins

When a strange sound wipes out the hearing population, a small group of Deaf people must band together to survive.



Directed by Stevie Cruz-Martin | 4 mins

Marrow is a daring, exciting and poignant film about desire and sexuality. Daniel Monks strips for the camera.



Directed by Andrew Keenan-Bolger | 15 mins

Using silent vignettes, music, and sign language, Sign uniquely tells the story of a relationship between Ben, a hearing man, and Aaron, who is deaf.


Please note this session was incorrectly classified in our program guide as 15+. It is a 18+ session - restricted to adults 18 years and over. 


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Screens with: Afterglow, Dawn of the Deaf, Marrow, Picture This, Sign
Open CaptionedSubtitledWheelchair Access
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Unclassified 18+
Runtime: 77 mins
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