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November 10th, 2023
Wave screens at the Scarborough Film Festival, North Yorkshire, UK in a series of short films that explore themes of water and queerness. Showing in collaboration with SJT, Crescent Arts and Scarborough Museums and Galleries alongside their current exhibitions.

November  9th - 18th, 2023
BEWARE screens in the Pink Screens Film Festival in Brussels.

September  6th, 2023
Manipulator screens at Fantoche 21st International Festival for Animation Film in Switzerland. It's part of a programme called Angry Frames with films that "scream anti-state, anti-police, anti-patriarchy messages."  

September 5th - 9th, 2023
winter's end screens in the collection of films for Vacations in the Subconscious – 100 Years Surrealist Manifesto by André Breton. Cologne Alphabet Art Centre will present the programmes online while the Torrance Art Museum in Los Angeles will hold an in person screening.

August  7th, 2023
Sweat  screens in All That We Are 11 Demands = 11 Shorts. Its a programme of short films curated by Image + Nation for Montréals Fierté.  

July 29th, 2023
Deviations: A Retrospective of Small Gauge Films by Wrik Mead  + In Conversation with Wrik Mead. Sponsored by the Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre and Co-Presented with the Toronto Queer Film Festival.

July 9th, 2023
The Victoria Film Festival is hosting a two-seat micro-theatre in the back of a van, which will be parked at the end of the Pride parade route and folks will be able to hop in two-at-a-time to watch BEWARE  as part a queer shorts programme.  

March 15 - April 30th, 2023 
New film Sweat  created for Public Sweat an event that is a fusion of art and sauna culture. The film will screen in a mobile sauna over the duration of the festival.

February 17th & May 12th, 2023
How To Clean Your Closet screens at the London Metropolitan University and in Folkestone in Homo Humour, a programme of films curated by Lee Campbell.

February 4, 2023 
Wave  screens in the Saturday Morning Queer Toons programme at the 24th Reelout Queer Film Fest in Kingston.

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