Join us, Wednesday June 27th, for a special movie screening at Carlton Cinema!
Our Pride & Solidarity Committee is co-hosting a movie night fundraiser with the Canadian Labour International Film Festival (CLiFF)! We’re going to be screening the movie Pride, a 2014 comedy based on a true story of allyship between lesbian and gay activists and labour unions.
Tickets are available at the door - cash only. All the funds collected will support and be split between the Canadian Labour International Film Festival and LGBT Youthline. Bring all the friends, family, and labour allies you want!
Date: Wednesday, 27 June 2018
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm (Doors open at 6:30pm)
Location: Carlton Cinema, Toronto (20 Carlton St, near College Station)
Tickets: Pay what you can!
Pride is a 2014 comedy based on a true story. The film depicts a group of UK lesbian and gay activists who worked to help miners and their families affected by the lengthy miners' strike in 1984. The alliance was unlike any ever seen before and was ultimately successful. This is an inspiring story that highlights the importance of solidarity between unions and social justice movements, but also the absurdly funny bits that might crop up as the two learn about each other! View the movie trailer here.