Calgary’s long-running Fairy Tales Queer Film Festival revealed its lineup this week. Organizers also announced they will be running the 10-day event online because of the Covid-19 health crisis
For the past 22 years, Calgary’s Fairy Tales Queer Film Festival has proudly told the stories of the LGBTQ community by presenting a diverse selection of films from across Canada and around the world.
This year’s festival is slated for May 14 to 24th, but because of Covid-19 health concerns, organizers have decided to make it a virtual event. Tony King spoke to Fairy Tales Queer Arts Society executive director James Demers about moving the festival online.
Fairy Tales Queer Film Festival runs online May 14th to 24th. You can find out more information by going to their website.