Wednesday July 13, 2022 7:00pm -This provocative documentary highlights a previously underappreciated activist campaign in the struggle to achieve normality for the LGBTQ community. Post-screening discussion with Patrick Sammon, co-director and co-producer of Cured


Frames of Mind Returns to The Cinematheque!

We missed you too! It’s hard to believe, but it’s been over two years since our last in-cinema presentation. We’ve offered a few films online since that time, but as we’re sure you’ll agree, nothing beats the fulsome experience of watching a film in a theatre and discussing it afterwards live and in person.

Although it’s come and gone, September 2021 marked the beginning of our twentieth year as a monthly series here at The Cinematheque. To mark our return to the theatre, we’re going to start off by replaying a few of our favourites from the last ten years, starting with 15 Reasons to Live, by Toronto filmmaker Alan Zweig, on April 27, and (then resuming our regular third Wednesday of the month) the heart-warming documentary Autism in Love on May 18. 

Please note our new, permanent start time of 7:00 pm.

We look forward to seeing you at the theatre.

Dr. Harry Karlinsky, Series Director
Caroline Coutts, Series Programmer

Sponsored by the UBC Institute of Mental Health  and the UBC Department of Psychiatry in conjunction with The Cinematheque.

Frames of Mind is a monthly film event utilizing film and  video to promote professional and community education on issues pertaining  to mental health and illness.

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