Love Intersections Coast is Queer Aug 13, 8:45pm, SFU GCA Amar: Deaf is an Identity | Love Intersections | Canada | 2015 | 4 min 10,579 KM: A Queer Journey from Damascus to Vancouver | Love Intersections | Canada | 2016 | 10 min Jen Sungshine and David Ng, co-founders of Love Intersections, are artist-activists based in Vancouver, BC, on the unceded, occupied and ancestral homelands of the Coast Salish Nations. Since their film project’s inception in 2014, their short films have screened in 13 film festivals across the globe. This year, the AKS Film, Art & Dialogue Festival brought David to Lahore, Pakistan to present—bringing to life the intersecting dimensions of queerness, Indigeneity, racial and cultural identity, family, allyship and love. Now growing into a family of cutiepocs who dream and eat together, the Love Intersections team insists on finding creative and meaningful ways to build solidarity across communities. Instead of calling you out, they want to call you in, to make artful social change together, preferably over a dinner table.