Indigiqueer Cinema: Short Films by Thirza Cuthand

Saturday February 24, 2018
CineCycle, 129 Spadina Avenue
Doors 7:30pm, Start 8:00pm
$8/$5 Members + Students

Part of Winter 2018

Join us for an evening of short works by Toronto-based video and performance artist Thirza Cuthand. For over 20 years Cuthand has been producing videos that take up issues of sexuality, madness, youth, love, and race. Cuthand’s innovative and prolific DIY practice blends an incomparable wit with incisive critique while tackling issues at the intersection of queerness, Indigeneity, and living in Canada’s settler colonial society. This program of deeply self-reflexive films will leave you alternatively howling with laughter and questioning how you think about and live in this world.




Lessons in Baby Dyke Theory (1996 05:00 minutes)
My Sister (1996, 05:00 minutes)
Untouchable (1998, 04:14 minutes)
Helpless Maiden Makes An “I” Statement (1999, 06:00 minutes)
You Are A Lesbian Vampire (2008, 03:17 minutes)
Sight (2012, 03:33 minutes)
Boi Oh Boi (2012, 09:32 minutes)
Just Dandy (2013, 07:38 minutes)
2 Spirit Introductory Special $19.99 (2015, 04:47 minutes)
Thirza Cuthand is an Indian Within the Meaning of the Indian Act (2017, 08:56 minutes)

2 Spirit Dreamcatcher Dot Com, Thirza Cuthand