Winter Kept Us Warm

1965, Canada. 81m, 16mm

Showtimes & Tickets

Screened February 26, 2019

Part of the program

The first English-language Canadian film to screen at the Cannes Film Festival, this endearing University of Toronto-set debut focuses on the blooming relationship between shy freshman Peter (Henry Tarvainen) and popular upperclassman Doug (John Labow). Then-22-year-old filmmaker David Secter’s pioneering independent feature exudes the poignancy of homoeroticism and unspoken desire, subtly and daringly depicting collegiate camaraderie through the lens of cozy queer companionship.

 

A film by David Secter

An incredible, shattering revelation for me.”

David Cronenberg

Tue August 27

All Over Me

Q&A with producer Dolly Hall and writer Sylvia Sichel