Queer Across Canada

3/4” SP
Running Time: 10’

Available from:
Video Out Distribution

Queer in Vancouver, lesbian in Calgary, gay in Whitehorse and dyke in… Is identity attached to location and community? Maureen Bradley, on the road with CBC’s Road Movies saw her identity being manipulated by the mainstream media. Who would have thought that an attractive young woman would want to call herself a dyke on national television?

Mix New York Video and Film Festival – 1994
Mix Brazil Video and Film Festival – Sao Paulo, 1994
Museum of Modern Art “New Canadian Video”, curated by Sally Berger – New York, 1994
Inside Out Film and Video Festival – Toronto, 1994
Image et Nation Film and Video Festival – Montréal, 1994
Counterparts Film and Video Film Festival – Winnipeg, 1994
Cinémateque Ontario, curator Tom Waugh – 1994
Making Scenes Film and Video Festival – Ottawa, 1994
Women’s Reel Visions Film Festival – Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, 1994
Herland Film Festival – Calgary, 1995
Canadian Independent Film and Video Association Showcase – St. John’s, 1995
Video In Studios Fundraiser – 1995
Northwest Film Festival – Olympia, 1995
London Lesbian Film and Video Festival – 1995
Concordia University Department of Fine Arts – 1995
Open Space Gallery, “Reviewing Canadian Video” curated by Sue Donaldson – Victoria, 1996
Museum of Modern Art – New York, 1995
Video In Studios – Vancouver, 1998
Making Scenes Film and Video Festival – Ottawa, 1999
Pacific Cinémateque – Vancouver, 2001

Institutional Purchases:
Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design – 1998