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QTIPOC short films & discussion

For LGBT History Month, SQIFF and CRER are partnering to showcase short films focusing on QTIPOC (Queer, Transgender and Intersex People of Colour) representation and ideas. 

  • My Loneliness is Killing Me features a femme man of colour who invites a white man to his apartment for a hook up, unexpectedly unearthing a dark emotional connection. 
  • Clash is a short experimental documentary by queer Iraqi non-binary filmmaker Amrou Al-Khadi critiquing the lack of diversity in on-screen representation in Britain today.
  • Iconic transgender artist and activist, Marsha "Pay it No Mind" Johnson, and her life in the hours before she ignited the 1969 Stonewall Riots in New York City is shown in Happy Birthday, Marsha!.

Followed by a discussion with local QTIPOC artists and activists.
  • Date & time

    • Friday, February 22, 2019
    • 19:00 to 21:00
  • Where

    • Kelvin Hall Lecture Theatre, 1445 Argyle Street Glasgow G3 8AW
  • Age


  • Tickets

    FREE. No booking required.

  • More information

    • Films subtitled, BSL for discussion, wheelchair accessible, disabled toilet facilities available.

      Guidance on content: Films may contain reference to violence and scenes of a sexual nature.

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