Published May 17, 2016Running from May 26 to June 5, Toronto's long-running LGBT film festival Inside Out is set to return for its 26th anniversary, and its bringing a wide batch of films with it.
Toronto filmmaker Sarah Rotella is set to premiere Almost Adults, while the fest's Centrepiece Gala will feature a screening of The Intervention (pictured above), a comedy from actress and director Clea DuVall. DuVall will appear in the film alongside Cobie Smulders, Melanie Lynskey, Natasha Lyonne, Alia Shawkat and Vincent Piazza.
The fest will also premiere Chanya Button's Burn Burn Burn, Ira Sachs' Little Men, Sudhansu Saria's Loev and Andrew Ahn's Spa Night.
There's also a Spotlight on Canada programme, which will offer up screenings of Richard Lusimbo and Nancy Nicol's And Still We Rise, Stephen Dunn's Closet Monster, Bretten Hannam's North Mountain, Richard Fung's Re:Orientations and Mark Kenneth Woods and Michael Yerxa's Two Soft Things, Two Hard Things.
Special Presentations at this year's fest include screenings of Olivier Duncastel and Jacques Martineau's Paris 05:59: Theo & Hugo and Matt Kugelman's Hurricane Bianca.
That's not all — there are also three robust shorts programs and plenty of other films to catch at the festival.
For more information on Inside Out, go here.