There’s a crisp breeze in the air—it might be the Santa Ana winds or the festive season blowing in, but it could only mean one thing: Drunk Feminist Films is BACK at Hot Docs Cinema and ready to break our legendary silence about Nancy Meyers’ The Holiday. We’ll answer the important questions like, What do you do when a terrible man asks you for notes on his book? and is Mr Napkinhead a himbo icon? Bring your bestie and/or complete stranger you met while swapping houses on the internet, and join us for a night of holiday revelry, hosted by two time Cameron Diaz Acting Award nominees Bernita Rebeiro and Kyrell Grant.
This screening is part of a 2-night double feature—we’re screening Love, Actually on Wednesday, November 29. Bring your crew for an evening (or two) of spirited fun over some nog—spiked or not—and help us figure out if we have “gumption”, acid reflux, or both.
7:00 PM: Doors
8:00 PM: Show
Tickets: $25 (Students/Seniors: $20)
The film will be screened with captions. Please email us at [email protected] by November 13 if you require ASL interpretation for the commentary, and we will ensure it is available for you!
Masks are encouraged between sips/bites.
The cinema has wheelchair-accessible seats, and there is also an accessible washroom. Ticketholders requiring an accessible seat may email [email protected], and we will ensure cinema staff direct your party to your seat upon arrival.
Please do not wear scented products to DFF screenings. All washrooms on-site will be open to people of any gender at this event. We ask our guests to avoid making assumptions and comments about other guests' bodies or gender identities (e.g. which washroom equipment they use).
We can’t wait to be back in the theatre with you!
About Drunk Feminist Films: Since 2013, Drunk Feminist Films has been producing interactive events that use shouty, snarky & fun-fuelled commentary to tease apart the tropes of mainstream movies. Because we'd rather laugh than cry about representations of gender, race, sexuality, class and other aspects of identity in pop culture. Drinking definitely not required.