Director: Nisha Ganatra
Screenplay: Mindy Kaling
Saturday, June 1, 7:00PM
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Written by Mindy Kaling, directed by Nisha Ganatra (whose film Chutney Popcorn capped off Inside Out in 2000), and starring Emma Thompson, Late Night might seem too good to be true.
When late-night talk show host, Katherine Newbury (Emma Thompson,) is accused of being “a woman who hates women,” she hires her first and only female staff writer, Molly (Mindy Kaling).This lack of inclusion is only the tip of the iceberg for the show, which is also suffering from low ratings and an unsupportive network. Wanting to prove that she is more than just a diversity hire, Molly sets out to help Katherine and to save her show, one punchline at a time.
Late Night tackles misogyny and white privilege, while taking a closer look at the complicated working life of women with and without power.
Join us as we cap another fierce year of queer storytelling at our Closing Gala After Party, following the film screening!
The Rec Room, 9:30PM
Cover: $10 General Public | $8 Members
Free with Late Night screening ticket stub
As we approach our 30th birthday we can’t party like we used to. That’s why we’re moving our Closing Night Party to Saturday. Now you can spend the next day in a dark cinema instead of sitting beneath the harsh fluorescent lights in your office.
Drink, dance, skee-ball, repeat.
About Inside Out:
Now in its 29th year, the Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival is the largest event of its kind in Canada, showcasing the best and most diverse films by, for and of interest to LGBT communities. For 11 days, the Festival draws crowds of more than 32,500 to screenings, artist talks, panel discussions, installations and parties that showcase more than 175 films from Canada and around the world. Inside Out acknowledges the support of Lead Sponsor RBC, Presenting Partner Netflix, Premier Sponsor Bell Media, and Official Airline Delta.
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