Inside Out volunteers are the coolest. Like, the coolest! They help us challenge attitudes and change lives
by donating valuable time and amazing skills to help make our work happen. Plus, volunteering is a great
way to meet people, gain new skills and see movies!
In exchange for volunteering at our festival, all volunteers receive:
• One-of-a-kind t-shirt!
• Screening vouchers to see films!
• The opportunity to meet and greet some of the most interesting queer filmmakers, film lovers,
community members and community leaders!
• The experience of working in a fabulous team putting together the largest queer film festival in
Canada!
• Post-festival wrap-up party, just for you!
To read a description of Volunteer Roles and Responsibilities, click here. For Inside Out's Volunteer
Policies and Procedures, click here.
If you are a NEW volunteer to Inside Out, you must attend an orientation session on one of the following
dates:
Sunday, May 7 (2:30 to 4:30pm)
Tuesday, May 9 (6:30 to 8:30pm)
Wednesday, May 10 (6:30 to 8:30pm)
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  • Brotherhood: A Life with Saint Francis
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    Brotherhood: A Life with Saint Francis

    A CINÉFRANCO ICFF COPRESENTATION

    10 June 2017 TBD PM Vancouver Rio Theatre
    11 June 2017 6:00 PM Vaughan Cineplex Cinemas
    14 June 2017 9:00 PM Montreal Cinémathèque

    Italy, 1209, surrounded by convinced and devoted friends, Francis of Assisi seeks purity and innocence among the poor. The Church and Pope Innocent III don’t trust him and become very suspicious. The intrusion of the high authority will create divisions within the order. Francis is summoned by the Church to rewrite the founding text of their brotherhood which will become the Order of the Minor Friars. As Francis becomes blind and moves away from his family, Elie de Cortone, his long-time friend, amends some passages of Francis’ text to satisfy Cardinal Hugolin and Pope Innocent III.

    All tickets are on sale through ICFF website. For more information and questions please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 416.893.3966 with any ticketing questions or concerns you may have. Thank you

    Written on Wednesday, 17 May 2017 00:31 in Coprez-ICFF-EN Read 100 times
  • The Confessions
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    The Confessions

    A CINÉFRANCO ICFF COPRESENTATION

    10 June 2017 7 :00 PM Quebec City Cinéma Cartier
    13 June 2017 7 :00 PM Montreal Cinémathèque

    Finance ministers from the richest countries in the world have gathered together in a secluded luxury hotel in Germany for a meeting that may decide the future of the world. Bizarrely, three outside observers have also been invited to attend: a rock star, the famous children’s novelist Claire Seth and the Italian monk and author Roberto Salus. Following a tragic event, the meeting is suspended, and a battle between the Ministers and the monk ensues, as they believe Salus was revealed a top-secret information during a confession. While Salus remains the stubborn defender of the secrecy of confessions, the authorities are overwhelmed by doubts and uncertainties.

    All tickets are on sale through ICFF website. For more information and questions please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 416.893.3966 with any ticketing questions or concerns you may have. Thank you

    Written on Wednesday, 17 May 2017 00:12 in Coprez-ICFF-EN Read 110 times
  • DARK DIAMOND (DIAMANT NOIR)
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    DARK DIAMOND (DIAMANT NOIR)

    A Cinéfranco and TJFF coprésentation

    TUESDAY MAY 9 • 5:00 PM • CINEPLEX CINEMAS EMPRESS WALK

    THURSDAY MAY 11 • 6:00 PM • INNIS TOWN HALL

    A heart-stopping thriller that boldly blends film noir and family tragedy. After he accidentally amputates his hand, Victor Ulmann’s family disinherits him and puts his brother Joseph in charge of their diamond business. After Victor dies in poverty, his son, Pier, is given the opportunity to exact revenge on the uncle that he believes robbed his father of his rightful legacy.

    Go to Cinéfranco Facebook to win free tickets!

    Written on Monday, 01 May 2017 22:42 in Coprez-TJFF-EN Read 93 times
  • THE CHILDREN OF CHANCE (LES ENFANTS DE LA CHANCE)
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    THE CHILDREN OF CHANCE (LES ENFANTS DE LA CHANCE)

    A Cinéfranco and TJFF coprésentation

    MONDAY MAY 8 • 3:30 PM • INNIS TOWN HALL
    SUNDAY MAY 14 • 5:00 PM • CINEPLEX CINEMAS EMPRESS WALK

    A broken leg is a blessing in disguise for Maurice Gutman, a young Jewish boy who is taken away by ambulance just as the Jews of Paris are being rounded up by the French police. Diagnosed with tuberculosis, Maurice is sheltered in a children’s hospital ward. As the war intensifies, the chief physician and senior nurse resort to drastic measures to keep Maurice and the other Jewish patients safe. Based on a true story, this tender coming-of-age drama is a testament to the resilience and bravery of youth.

    Recommended for ages 14 and up
    Go to Cinéfranco Facebook to win free tickets!

    Written on Monday, 01 May 2017 22:35 in Coprez-TJFF-EN Read 185 times
  • BAG OF MARBLES (UN SAC DE BILLES)
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    BAG OF MARBLES (UN SAC DE BILLES)

    A Cinéfranco and TJFF coprésentation

    MAY 7 @ 5:30pm - CINEPLEX EMPRESS WALK

    A heartwarming, family-friendly film, similar to Louis Malle’s Au Revoir Les Enfants, that explores the Nazi treatment of Jews from a child’s perspective. Based on the autobiographical novel by Joseph Joffo, the film tells the story of two brothers whose parents send them away from Vichy France to join their siblings in the free zone in Nice. The boys face possible capture and deportation along the way. Beautifully shot on location, the film appeals widely to children and adults alike. Featuring a top-notch French cast that includes Patrick Bruel and Elsa Zylberstein.
    Recommended for ages 10 and up

    Go to Cinéfranco Facebook to win free tickets!

    Written on Monday, 01 May 2017 22:25 in Coprez-TJFF-EN Read 105 times

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