TIFF and Bell Media’s Crave continue their commitment to bringing Canadians together to experience film from the comfort of their own homes. The next instalments of Stay-at-Home Cinema will take place Tuesday, June 2 (Parasite) and Friday, June 5 (Paris is Burning).
Stay-at-Home Cinema is appointment viewing at its best. It is an event to look forward to each week, and a way to connect film lovers while they enjoy classic films. Additional movie titles — all available on Crave — along with special guests are announced each week on TIFF and Crave’s respective social media channels.
On Tuesday, June 2, Stay-at-Home Cinema presents Bong Joon-ho’s Oscar-winning TIFF 2019 selection Parasite. At 7pm EDT, join TIFF Artistic Director and Co-Head Cameron Bailey via livestream at tiff.net as he chats with Sharon Choi, filmmaker and interpreter for Bong, and Tom Quinn, co-founder of the film’s North American distributor, NEON. At 7:30pm EDT, audiences are invited to watch Parasite on Crave.
In celebration of Pride Month 2020, the film on offer for Friday, June 5 is Jennie Livingston’s groundbreaking 1990 documentary Paris is Burning. The featured guest is yet to be confirmed. The livestream begins at 7pm EDT at tiff.net. At 7:30pm EDT, audiences are invited to watch the film on Crave.