HIGH SCHOOL: Based on the memoir of Canadian pop duo Tegan and Sara

HIGH SCHOOL: Based on the memoir of Canadian pop duo Tegan and Sara

A delightful queer coming-of-age series based on the best-selling memoir of musicians Tegan and Sara about growing up in small-town Canada.

A story about discovering your own identity—a journey made more difficult when you have a twin whose struggle and self-discovery mirror your own. The series weaves between parallel and discordant memories of sisters growing up down the hall from one another, set against a backdrop of ’90s grunge and rave culture.

Directed by Clea DuVall
Starring Railey Gilliland, Seazynn Gilliland, Cobie Smulders
BFI London Film Festival 2022
84mins | USA, Canada |

Tickets Are Only Available via the BFI London Film Festival Website.
BOOK HERE: https://whatson.bfi.org.uk/lff/Online/article/HighSchool

HIGH SCHOOL – Trailer

Clea DuVall
Clea DuVall was born in Los Angeles. She is an actor, writer, and director with numerous film and television credits, including Girl, Interrupted (99), 21 Grams (03), Argo (12), American Horror Story: Asylum (12–13), and Veep (12–19). Her directorial features include The Intervention (16) and Happiest Season (20). High School (22) is her latest work.

Laura Kittrell
Laura Kittrell is a writer and producer. Her writing credits include episodes of Insecure (16–21), on which she was also co-executive producer. She is co-showrunner, co-writer, and co-executive producer on High School (22–).

Discover the world’s best new films, series, and immersive storytelling at the 66th BFI London Film Festival on October 5-16. The festival continues on BFI Player until October 23.

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