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 December 17

Home for the Holidays

With Critic, Filmmaker, and Editorial Director of the New York Film Festival Michael Koresky in person