LGBT Best Scene: SIMON/SIMONE by Ross Munro

LGBTQ+ Toronto Film Festival

A transgender woman returns to her hometown seeking revenge against three classmates who bullied her back in the day, in order to shatter the mental block crippling her attempts to become an actress.


Narration – Allen Michael Brunet
Roger – 20 – Kevin Gabel
Simone – 19 – Ariel Brooker

Writer Biography – Ross Munro

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I’m an indie filmmaker and screenwriter based out of Vancouver, Canada who has written and directed the features “Brewster McGee” and, most recently, “A Legacy of Whining” as well as the short doc “Broken Palace” which screened at the Vancouver International Film Festival, Hollyshorts to name but a few.

Writer Statement

My goal is to create fiercely original work that leans heavily on detailing the personal journeys of my main characters- story and character are king!


Producer: Matthew Toffolo

Director: Kierston Drier

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

Editor: Kimberly Villarruel

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