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The Film

On the eve of his 30th birthday, Andrew Morrison-Gurza reflected on his life as an LGBTQ man with Cerebral Palsy, and the event that helped shape his identity as a gay man.

With wit and candour, Andrew's unvarnished recounting of his loss of innocence shines a light on the culture of desire perpetuated within the LGBT community, and ideas of body image, abelism and gay identity.

About Andrew

Andrew Morrison-Gurza is a Disability Awareness Consultant with an MA of Legal Studies from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. specializing in Persons with Disabilities and the Law. He also advocates within the LGBTQ communities representing Queers with Disabilities.

It is his goal to interrupt our homo-normative, body beautiful queer culture and introduce disability into the mix to ensure that Queer Persons with Disabilities are represented across all mediums. His aim is to 'make disability accessible to everyone'. He has also represented Queers with Disabilities on the popular MTV Canada television program, "1 Girl 5 Gays". He is a featured blogger on Huffington Post Gay Voices and The Good Men Project. You can reach him on Twitter at @deliciouslydrew and view his media portfolio at www.andrewmorrisongurza.com.

Director's Message
Director's Message
Photo courtesy of Warren Brown

Bedding Andrew is about many things. On it's surface, it's a simple story about a first date gone wrong, but beneath that anecdote lies bigger ideas about gay body image fascism, love in the age of internet dating, and the experience of the outsider amongst outsiders. People with Disabilities are still on the frontiers of acquiring some very basic human rights and access to services. I hope my documentary opens up some dialogue about these issues. It's a short film that been a long time in coming.

Festival: TRANSITION official selection
Date: Nov 13
Tickets: Available here.
Festival: Gender Bender official selection
Location:Bologna, Italy
Dates: Oct 27/Nov 23
Tickets: Available here.


Festival: homochrom
Location:Kolne (Cologne) and Dortmund
Screening: October 2016
Festival: TLVFest
Location:Tel Aviv
Screening: June 2016
Location:Vancouver, BC, Canada
Screening: June 2016
Festival: BFI: Flare
Location:London, England
Screening: March 2016
Festival: MQFF
Location: Melbourne, Austrailia
Screening: April 2016
Festival: Reelout
Location:Kingston, Ontario
Screening: February 2016
Location:Puerto Rico
Screening: November 2015
Location:London, England
Screening: November 2105
Location:Indianapolis, Indiana
Screening: November 2015
Location:Sardinia, Italy
Screening: November 2015
Festival: NewFest
Location:New York, New York
Screening: October 2015
Location:Fresno, California
Screening: September 2015
Location:London, England
Screening: August 2015
Location:Chennai, India
Screening: July 2015
Location:Los Angelas, California)
Screening: July 2015
Location:Leeds, West Yorkshire
Screening: July 2015
Festival: Frameline
Location: San Francisco, California (Castro Threatre)
Screening: June 2015
Location: Durban, South Africa (The KZNSA Gallery)
Screening: June 2015
Location: Toronto, Canada
Screening: May 2015
Festival: OutView
Location: Greece
Screening: May 2015
Location: Regina, Canada
Screening: May 2015
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Screening: April 2015
Location: Austin, Texas
Screening: February 2015
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Screening: March 2015
Location: Winnipeg, Canada (Gas Station Theatre)
Screening: October 2014
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Screening: September 2014
Location: Glasgow, Scotland
Screening: September 2014
Festival: GAZE, International LGBT Film Festival
Location: Dublin, Ireland
Screening: August 2014
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