Whistler Pride and Ski Festival January 21-28, 2018 Event Calendar

Jan
26
Fri
Pride Movie Night – Geography Club @ Whistler Public Library
Jan 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Pride Movie Night: Geography Club, presented by OUTtv

Pride Movie Night presented by OUTtvJoin us for this all-ages LGBT film night with OUTtv and the Whistler Public Library with a special pre show meet and greet with DANIEL NEWMAN (Walking Dead actor).

At Goodkind High School, a group of students with varying sexual orientations form an after-school club as a discreet way to share their feelings and experiences.

Join the Whistler Public Library and OUTtv present Geography Club – an all ages LGBT comedy-drama film based on the Brent Hartinger novel of the same name. The film was written by Edmund Entin, directed by Gary Entin, and stars Cameron Deane StewartJustin DeeleyAndrew CaldwellMeaghan MartinAllie GoninoAlly Maki, and Nikki Blonsky.

 

 

Jan
28
Sun
Abu – Vancouver Movie Screening @ Vancity Theatre
Jan 28 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Abu – Vancouver Screening by VIFF

Abu - Queer Film in VancouverArshad Khan's first-person documentary has a good deal to say about our life and times. His journey would have seemed unthinkable to earlier generations, which explains why his strained relationship with his parents is the focal point here
 
Abu (Father) draws heavily on the Khan family's home videos – as well as clips from Bollywood musicals and animated sequences – to bring to life what was initially a happy childhood in a prosperous, liberal Muslim home in Islamabad, Pakistan, in the 1980s. A downturn in their fortunes eventually led the family to emigrate to Canada, but the teenage, gay and miserable Arshad didn't fit in there either. And by the time he did come to terms with himself, his parents' religious beliefs had hardened in the post 9/11 world.
Click here to learn more about this feature documentary

ABU (Father) Official Film Trailer 2017 from arshad khan on Vimeo.


Calendar Whistler Pride and Ski Festival

Your detailed event listing for all of the events during the 26th annual festival. Join us in Whistler as we celebrate diversity on and off the slopes.

The Host Hotel: Aava Whistler Hotel

Preferred Hotel: ResortQuest Whistler – largest selection of rooms in Whistler from Studios to six bedroom townhouses

Associtate Hotels: Fairmont Chateau Whistler, Westin Resort and Spa, Evolution Whistler

For reservations call 1.866.787.1966

Jan
26
Fri
Pride Movie Night – Geography Club @ Whistler Public Library
Jan 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Pride Movie Night: Geography Club, presented by OUTtv

Pride Movie Night presented by OUTtvJoin us for this all-ages LGBT film night with OUTtv and the Whistler Public Library with a special pre show meet and greet with DANIEL NEWMAN (Walking Dead actor).

At Goodkind High School, a group of students with varying sexual orientations form an after-school club as a discreet way to share their feelings and experiences.

Join the Whistler Public Library and OUTtv present Geography Club – an all ages LGBT comedy-drama film based on the Brent Hartinger novel of the same name. The film was written by Edmund Entin, directed by Gary Entin, and stars Cameron Deane StewartJustin DeeleyAndrew CaldwellMeaghan MartinAllie GoninoAlly Maki, and Nikki Blonsky.

 

 

Jan
28
Sun
Abu – Vancouver Movie Screening @ Vancity Theatre
Jan 28 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Abu – Vancouver Screening by VIFF

Abu - Queer Film in VancouverArshad Khan's first-person documentary has a good deal to say about our life and times. His journey would have seemed unthinkable to earlier generations, which explains why his strained relationship with his parents is the focal point here
 
Abu (Father) draws heavily on the Khan family's home videos – as well as clips from Bollywood musicals and animated sequences – to bring to life what was initially a happy childhood in a prosperous, liberal Muslim home in Islamabad, Pakistan, in the 1980s. A downturn in their fortunes eventually led the family to emigrate to Canada, but the teenage, gay and miserable Arshad didn't fit in there either. And by the time he did come to terms with himself, his parents' religious beliefs had hardened in the post 9/11 world.
Click here to learn more about this feature documentary

ABU (Father) Official Film Trailer 2017 from arshad khan on Vimeo.