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TIFF Gay Guide 2019

Queer films (and movies queers will just love) at TIFF 2019 aren’t abundant this year, but there’s still some quality content we’re excited about - and we’ve listed them here to help guide you through the Toronto International Film Festival.

Where to watch the Oscars in Toronto

The Academy Awards is a big deal, and you know the straights can’t appreciate a dreamy dress on the red carpet or a pertinent political statement on the stage. You need to be with your people. Thankfully, Toronto has a handful of queer and queer-friendly viewing parties where you can take in the spectacle properly.

TIFF Gay Guide 2017

From lurid tales of the Golden Age of gay Hollywood to the guts and glory of a star-studded Billie Jean King biopic, TIFF has never felt more queer. Here is Yohomo’s top 10 queer films to see for the 2017 film festival.

5 Things to Watch During the Holidays

In consideration of the holiday season, avoiding family and bailing on tedious plans, Yohomo has assembled a list of TV shows and films to pass the hours. From 2015’s Glory Days: The Life and Times of Michael Alig to William Friedkin’s 1970 masterpiece The Boys in the Band, here are five off the beaten path films and TV shows to help you survive the final push to the new year. 


Toronto is lucky enough to have a gay, all-Bollywood extravaganza called Rangeela. It's a massive party filled with beautiful brown guys and girls (and their pals) dancing and singing their hearts out to all the Bollywood diva kweens they worshipped as children. 

This is a carefully curated package of songs and videos chosen by Wes, Shazad and Imran that make them say yaaaas! On this list you'll find some of the most iconic leadings ladies from the 50's all the way to today, alongside Bollywood divas through the decades that went on to be indelible gay icons.

It's beautiful and we hope you love it as much as we do.

TIFF Gay Guide 2016

Since 1976, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) has been delivering some of the most provocative and diverse cultural programming globally. What began as a modest Canadian film festival has grown to be a giant in the film industry with dozens of filmmakers from around the world competing for visibility and accolades.