Get your copy of YBI3 directly from @polenatking himself *tonight* at Candyass Club’s History & Herstory show. Friday, February 21st at @cafecleo, 1230 boul St-Laurent, doors 8pm, showtime 9pm, $12. A different cabaret evening talking about the history and herstory of the Montreal drag king and neo-burlesque scene.⠀
🎥 : Nat King Pole performing at #ManSpreadMtl back in November at @wiggleroommtl ⠀
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A citizen of both Canada and the United Kingdom, Charles Officer studied at Cambridge University and graduated from the Ontario College of Art and Design. He made Playback magazine’s “10 to Watch” list in 2009 and received the Ontario Premier’s Emerging Artist Award that same year.
Charles has been nominated for the 2020 Canadian Screen Awards Ted Rogers Best Feature Length Documentary for his work on Invisible Essence: The Little Prince. As one of our dedicated board members of REEL CANADA, we happily congratulate him on his nomination!
In 2002, Charles completed Short Hymn, Silent War (TIFF 2002, Sundance 2004) at the Canadian Film Centre’s director’s residency. His debut feature, Nurse.Fighter.Boy, premiered at TIFF in 2008, screened in Berlin and at MoMA, and garnered 10 Genie nominations, including for Best Picture and Best Director. He completed his second feature documentary, Unarmed Verses, produced by the National Film Board of Canada, and released The Skin We’re In, a documentary that follows celebrated journalist Desmond Cole as he pulls back the curtain on racism in Canada.
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A beautiful workshop from Carry You With Me’s Alanna Knobben on February 23 at Loft 112. Still a few spots available.