Fresh off of TIFF, we're continuing our announcements for the 2017 Ottawa LGBT Film Festival (November 10 to 12) with some of the buzziest films of the year: Call Me By Your Name, A Fantastic Woman and Novitiate.
With these films, plus the previously announced God's Own Country, Signature Move, Chavelaand The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin, how can you go wrong in purchasing our Festival ticket packages? We have our All Access Passes, which is the best and most affordable way to experience the Festival plus our Festival 4-Packs. Click here to buy them now. (Alternatively, packages can be purchased by calling 1.888.655.9090.)
Keep your eyes peeled next week when we announce the rest of the films and the complete schedule.
Chile has already selected A Fantastic Woman as their submission for the Best Foreign-Language Film for the Oscars, after winning the Teddy Award for Best Feature Film at this year's Berlinale. Star Daniela Vega is generating buzz for potentially being the first transgender actress to be nominated for a Best Actress Oscar.
And Melissa Leo's performance in Novitiate is being heralded as fire-breathing and among the all-time great screen depictions of domineering clergywomen.