Queer film fest preview: City of Borders

'A microcosm of Israel and Palestine'

City of Borders, directed by Yun Suh, is screening at this year’s Vancouver Queer Film Festival. The film centres around a gay bar in Jerusalem and shows how queers can come together while the world around them is mired in the conflict between Israel and Palestine.

City of Borders.
Mon, Aug 17. 5pm.
Cinemark Tinseltown.

Thu, Aug 20. 7pm.
Vancity Theatre.

For tickets and more info, check out Queerfilmfestival.ca.

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