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Films in Minds

Reflections on art, politics and community.

Big Gay Film QuizBig Gay Film Quiz

How well do you really know your LGBT cinema? It’s time to test your queer movie knowledge at our very special Big Gay Film Quiz.

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Duggie Fields and Film Duggie Fields and Film

A celebration of the legendary artist Duggie Fields and his involvement with film. A mix of documentary, art film and his latest works, music, song and video collage.

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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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The Flare Queer Sci-Tech LabThe Flare Queer Sci-Tech Lab

A unique event exploring provocative ideas and concepts in film, new media and technology.

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I Am Bonnie I Am Bonnie + Poshida

Two insightful mid-length shorts that tell nuanced and prescient stories of religion, culture and sexuality.

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Inside the Chinese Closet Inside the Chinese Closet

An insightful portrait of two gay people embarking on heterosexual marriages as a means of appeasing their conservative families.

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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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KA Bodyscapes KA Bodyscapes

A young bohemian gay artist, his friends and lover try to find freedom in conservative Kerala.

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The Trial of Sir Roger Casement The Trial of Sir Roger Casement

A rare screening of a television play from 1960 starring Peter Wyngarde as Roger Casement, executed for treason 100 years ago. Biographer Jeff Dudgeon gives us a short introduction.

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We Have Rather Been InvadedWe Have Rather Been Invaded

Screenings and discussion marking thirty years since the genesis of the Clause 28 legislation.

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Welcome to This House Welcome to This House

Barbara Hammer is back with her most eloquent film to date, about the Pulitzer prize-winning author Elizabeth Bishop.

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Women He’s Undressed Women He’s Undressed

A brilliant biopic about the gay genius of Hollywood costume, Orry-Kelly, who handled Cary Grant, and the costumes of Bette Davis, Humphrey Bogart and Marilyn Monroe.

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Year Dot: Queer Film + Technology Since 1986

A free installation exploring how queer people have innovated and shaped technology.

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Short films programme

Paper ThinFlip Book

From claymation to film effects and photo collage, these are shorts with a persistent queer vision.

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Short films programme

Tom GirlThe Kids Are Alright

A selection of shorts about children and young people just being themselves.

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Short films programme

Famous DiamondsThe Tectonic Screen

Abstracted recollections and imagined futures intertwine in this collection of experimental shorts, highlighting the best in contemporary queer artists’ film and video work.

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Short films programme

StringsWhat Others Think

A selection of UK shorts that explore how others perceive us.

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