Free Film Screening: My Prairie Home by Rae Spoon-FR
QTC and Spectrum are teaming up to bring you the free film screening of My Prarie Home, by Rae Spoon.
"“Beautifully shot, this documentary-meets-musical-meets-road-movie is a sad, hopeful, gorgeous work” - The Globe and Mail
Tilley Hall, Room 102 UNB Fredericton NB
ALL WELCOME! FREE!
A true Canadian iconoclast, acclaimed transgender country/electro-pop artist Rae Spoon revisits the stretches of rural Alberta that once constituted “home” and confronts memories of growing up queer in an abusive, evangelical household. Part travelogue, part character study, Chelsea McMullan’s singular film unfolds in coffee shops, bus stations, bars and recreation centres, with her camera finding odd angles from which to examine these communities that have arisen in the middle of nowhere. Lyrical and alluring, McMullan’s documentary-musical hybrid calls into question our traditional definition of “home,” and celebrates the places in between, be they in music, geography or gender.
Official Selection at Sundance 2014
Official Selection at the Vancouver International Film Festival
Winner of the Canadian Screen Award for Best Documentary Feature Nominee for the Vancouver Film Critics Circle Prize: Best Canadian Documentary
Brought to you by QTC and Spectrum UNB/STU and the National Film Board of Canada
Building: Tilley Hall
Room Number: 102
1 506 453 4849