We Forgot to Break Up
We Forgot to Break Up is a 2017 Canadian short drama film directed by Chandler Levack. Adapted from the novel Heidegger Stairwell by Kayt Burgess, the film centres on Evan (Jesse Todd), a former rock musician reintroducing himself to his ex-bandmates for the first time since abandoning the band and coming out as a trans man.
|We Forgot to Break Up|
|Directed by||Chandler Levack|
|Produced by||Matt Hilliard-Forde|
|Written by||Chandler Levack|
|Edited by||Bryan Atkinson|
- "Chandler Levack on Her New TIFF Short & the Importance of Telling Trans Stories". Flare, September 13, 2017.
- "WE FORGOT TO BREAK UP PREMIERES AT TIFF". Canadian Jewish News, September 5, 2017.
- "A guide to the short films playing at TIFF 2017". Now, August 29, 2017.
- "It's a tie for best Canadian feature at the 2017 Whistler Film Festival". The Georgia Straight, December 4, 2017.
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