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10 to see at BFI Flare: tickets still available

BFI Flare is now underway: 12 brilliant days of queer films and fun at BFI Southbank. Some screenings are sold out but you can still snap up tickets to lots of great films and events. Here are some of our Festival picks with ticket availability.

Explore the full programme.

Trouser BarWorld Premiere: Trouser Bar + extended Q&A

This short but controversial erotic fantasy takes its inspiration from the emotions aroused by a fetishistic love of corduroy, leather and tight trousers.

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Bare Bare

A small-town belle meets a rough and charming pimp who challenges her to take charge of her own destiny.

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Calamity Jane (Sing-a-long) Calamity Jane (Sing-a-long)

Dust off your Stetson and polish those cowboy boots, the Deadwood stage is coming to town and you need to be ready to greet it! Whipcrackaway!

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4th Man Out 4th Man Out

A blue-collar car mechanic reveals the truth to his friends in this hilariously subversive twist on the familiar coming out story.

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Jason and Shirley Jason and Shirley

A clever and imaginative look behind the scenes of Shirley Clarke’s 1967 classic Portrait of Jason.

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Meet Silas: From By Hook or By Crook to Transparent Meet Silas: From By Hook or By Crook to Transparent

An opportunity to catch up with filmmaker Silas Howard and to watch some of his work, from music videos to features.

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From Afar From Afar

Last year’s Venice Film Festival-winner presents a riveting portrait of life in Caracas, as a middle-class professional becomes obsessed by a member of a street gang.

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Coming Out Coming Out

A young man captures his coming out process on camera, with sometimes heart-warming, occasionally awkward, results.

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LoevLoev

Two men reconnect in this emotionally raw and politically radical gay love story from India.

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Feelings Are Facts: The Life of Yvonne Rainer Feelings Are Facts: The Life of Yvonne Rainer

An insightful documentary on the gracefully anarchic pioneer of contemporary dance.

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