• One of Us is Lying
  • Eternals
  • Moon Manor
  • Scary of Sixty-First (The)
  • Potato Dreams of America
  • On the Fringe of Wild
  • Hello World
  • Grand Bolero (The)
  • Gemmel & Tim
  • Divinely Evil
  • Divide (The)
  • Cheat
  • Bruised
  • Benediction
  • At the Ready
  • Golden Blood
  • Bekis on the Run
  • Welcome to Spain
  • Curveball
  • Death of a Virgin and the Sin of Not Living
  • Fabian: Going to the Dogs
  • Mothers of the Revolution
  • My Lockdown Romance
  • Pretenders
  • Spencer
  • French Dispatch (The)
  • This Is the Night
  • Trans - I Got Life
  • With Wonder
  • Cut!
  • Dune
  • Parallel Mothers
  • Upon the Edge
  • Faggots
  • To the Sea
  • Royal Secret (A)
  • Song Called Hate (A)
  • Ámbar
  • Exquisite Corpse
  • Cowboy Bebop


Country: Canada, 76 mins

  • Director: Haui
  • Writer: Haui
  • Producer: Jack Fox, Haui, Peter Hinton

CGiii Comment

Part testimonial/part confessional. What are the lines between the facts of who I am and the fiction of what I can become? MixedUp is a reclaimed book of genesis: a manifesto that collides the wildly diverse elements of being queer, mixed and different in a world socialized around the construction of race, gender and orientation. MixedUp follows Howard J Davis aka Haui in his feature film directing debut, as he combats the isolation of being BIPOC and LGTBQ+ and helps to normalize the existence of being "other". Featuring Haui's biological and found family including: actress/activist Tantoo Cardinal; stage and screen performer Thom Allison; multidisciplinary artist Jani Lauzon while also featuring the musical talents of Canadian opera singer Isaiah Bell, singer/songwriter Alex St. Kitts and Canadian gem Jeremiah Sparks. Co-produced by trans filmmaker/producer Jack Fox, MixedUp demands that we celebrate the beauty of being unique without negating the struggle of finding inner cohesion.


Cast & Characters

Tantoo Cardinal (as Self)
Thom Allison (as Self)
Jani Lauzon (as Self)
Haui (as Narrator / Self)