Netflix Watch Party: ‘Behind The Curtain: Todrick Hall’
Several of us (Debra,Kiersten and Mary) on the UCV Genders and Sexualities Alliance will be online watching this film.
We may be able to have the chat just for our group and friends.
Here’s the information from the Vancouver Queer Film Festival.
You’re invited to the Vancouver Queer Film Festival’s first online Watch Party, happening Thursday, April 16th at 7PM. Connect with us, and each other as we come together to watch ‘Behind The Curtain: Todrick Hall’.
This feature-length documentary screened at VQFF 2017, and we’re so excited to experience it again with you (from the safety of our homes). ‘Behind the Curtain: Todrick Hall’ is a fiercely fun and inspiring behind the scenes look into Hall’s journey producing music, a visual album and musical stage tour in a heart-stopping production schedule of mere months.
To join our Watch Party, follow the link below to get your free ticket. We’ll send you a link to the screening by 6:50 pm on Thursday, April 16th. We’re using the newly created ‘Netflix Party’ Google Chrome extension that allows users to synchronize viewing with friends and chat while watching together. You will need a Netflix account and the Google Chrome browser to watch with us and join the conversation.
VQFF Artistic Director, Anoushka Ratnarajah will be online to take note of any questions you have during the screening, and hosting a follow up Q&A live on our Instagram the following day, Friday April 17th at 6 PM.