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Bulletproof: A Lesbian's Guide to Surviving the Plot Documentary Feature

Join us for our world premiere!
‘Bulletproof: A Lesbian’s Guide to Surviving the Plot,’ will have it’s world premiere at the Inside Out Film Festival in Toronto, Canada on May 25th, 2024 at 11:45am. For more details and tickets, click here.


In ‘Bulletproof: A Lesbian’s Guide to Surviving the Plot,’ filmmaker Regan Latimer takes an insightful, immersive and personal look at queer representation on television and media’s power to shape how we see ourselves. Witty, fast-paced and laced with pop culture references, Regan journeys across North America and beyond in her quest to understand the forces that influence the stories we see on our screens. Original animation and personal anecdotes are interwoven with wide ranging conversations with television insiders, LGBTQ+ community advocates and people who just love to watch TV. As Latimer navigates an ever-evolving media landscape, the filmmaker learns first hand that representation done well has the power to transform. 

Featuring conversations with:KATHERINE BARRELL (Wynonna Earp, Workin’ Moms), NOELLE CARBONE (Rookie Blue, Saving Hope), ANNE CREIGHTON (President, Toronto Pflag), JILL GOLICK (President, Writer’s Guild of Canada), JAVIER GRILLO-MARXUACH (The 100, The Witcher), DR. AIDEN HIRSHFIELD (Media Psychologist), JP LAROCQUE (Sort of, Jann), ALI LIEBERT (Bomb Girls), MICHAEL MACLENNAN (Queer As Folk, The Fosters), MICHELLE MAMA (Canada’s Drag Race), AARON MARTIN (Degrassi: TNG, Slasher), MEGAN TOWNSEND (Director of Research at GLAAD).

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Director’s Biography
Regan Latimer brings a dynamic blend of directing, writing, and editing skills to her independent filmmaking. With notable projects like the digital series ‘B.J. Fletcher: Private Eye,’ which earned over 16 million views and secured distribution on Logo Network/MTV, Regan has shown a distinct knack for crafting compelling and entertaining narratives that resonate widely.

Her directorial work includes short films ‘Lindy Calls Tracy’ and ‘Harmony Love Matches for Life Inc.,’ with ‘Lindy Calls Tracy’ premiering at Toronto’s Inside Out Film Fest and screening at festivals worldwide. As a freelance video production specialist, Regan also runs her own production company, Bee Charmer Productions, working closely with a diverse range of clients creating impactful visual narratives. Notably, she’s edited Emmy award-winning promo spots for Colorado’s Rocky Mountain PBS, and done promotional work for brands such as Hershey, Toyota, and Luminato, as well as being part of the editing team for the mind-altering documentary, ‘The Divided Brain.’

Regan’s commitment to innovative storytelling extends beyond the camera. She co-founded the Independent Web Series Creators of Canada, served as Producer and Programming Director for the inaugural Toronto Web Series Festival , and has shared insights as a speaker and panelist at festivals and events worldwide.

2024: “Bulletproof: A Lesbian’s Guide to Surviving the Plot” – Documentary Feature
2019: “The Divided Brain” – Documentary Feature – Editor
2015: “Lindy Calls Tracy” – Short Film – Director, Producer, Editor
2008-2012: “B.J. Fletcher: Private Eye” – Digital Series – Director, Writer, Producer, Editor
2008: “Harmony Love Matches for Life Inc.” – Short Film – Director, Writer, Editor




105 min


Regan Latimer, Jill Golick

Director, Editor

Regan Latimer


Regan Latimer


Lindy Zucker


Completed 2024