Malaparte, 6th floor, TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King Street West (at John Street)
Thursday, May 25 | 9:30PM - 1:00AM | #InsideOut17
Join us for our Opening Gala Party after we launch the Festival with the Sundance favourite God's Own Country Film. The film is a haunting a meditation on life and love set in the farming hills of Yorkshire that is at once intimate and enduring.
The Opening Gala Party be the warm weather/hot event kickoff party of your dreams. Featuring two of Toronto’s hottest DJs, Lucie Tic and Ace Dillinger, we’re going to prime you for 11 days of film festivities.
Don’t forget to take a break from the dance floor and shop to your heart’s content at our fabulous annual Silent Auction. Shopping and dancing? Films and parties? We have it all.
Single tickets will be available starting May 1 for Inside Out Members and May 5 for General Public:
God’s Own Country Gala Screening (Thursday, May 25 at 8:00PM) and Opening Gala Party ticket: $32 General Public / $25 Members
Opening Gala Party only: $15
Opening Gala Sponsored by RBC.
Party Sponsors: Oliver & Bonacini Events and Catering, Steam Whistle Pilsner and Stud World Premium Vodka.
Early Bird Ticket Packages for the 2017 Toronto LGBT Film Festival are now on sale, including the newly added Gala 4-Pack: https://oss.ticketmaster.com/aps/tiff3/EN/account/home
About Inside Out:
Inside Out presents the annual Toronto LGBT Film Festival, with financial support from Presenting Sponsor, RBC Royal Bank and Premier Sponsor, CTV. It is the largest event of its kind in Canada, bringing the LGBTQ community together with unforgettable cinematic experiences. For 11 days, the Festival draws crowds of more than 32,500 to screenings, artist talks, panel discussions and parties that showcase more than 175 films from Canada and around the world.
In addition, Inside Out is committed to challenging attitudes and changing lives year-round through the exhibition, production and promotion of LGBT film with initiatives that include the Ottawa LGBT Film Festival, development programs featuring the newly launched New Visions Project and the Short to Feature Award, as well as the More Play Screening Series.
Inside Out celebrates more than a quarter century of showcasing the best in Canadian and international cinema with the 2017 Toronto LGBT Film Festival that runs from May 25 to June 4, 2017.
About Lucie Tic:
Lucie Tic began her DJ career more than ten years ago, making a name for herself at major festivals, clubs and corporate events across North America and Asia, including a residency at the Venetian Hotel in Macau. In addition to being one of the country’s premier DJs, Lucie is a professional dancer and instructor, and incorporates an adept mixture of all styles of dance and indie music into her sets, keeping the floor perpetually packed. In Toronto, she’s at home in the city’s biggest venues including The Drake Hotel, Mod Club, Spin Galactic, 2nd Floor Events and the Thompson Hotel. She also regularly plays for corporate clients such as Nike, H&M, and was the tour DJ for the Fifa Women's World Cup Trophy Tour. Her amazing talent and hard work paid off when she was awarded NOW Toronto’s pick for Best Local DJ in 2013 and 2014.
About Ace Dillinger:
Ace Dillinger is a self-taught, Toronto DJ. In the span of two years, Ace has quickly become a regular fixture in Toronto’s music and art scene. Her sound, limitless from a specific genre, blends and bridges eras while her love of music and ability to read and work the crowd has provided her both commercial and underground success. Working with such clients as Soho House Toronto, Field Trip, Manifesto, AGO First Thursdays, The Known Unknown, Gladstone Hotel and Baregyal to name a few, in the city she calls home, she has worked hard to make her presence known. Apart of a wider growing circuit of local female dj’s, Ace proclaims music as ritual, all the while celebrating and claiming her space in a male dominated industry.
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