Film Programme: SHOUT x CineQ
With a huge offering of 9 feature films and 5 shorts programme SHOUT Festival is working collaboratively with CineQ to bring you the very best queer film. Freely available for you to watch at your own convenience over the festival period (5-15 November) the whole programme is available for a mere £4.
Feature Film programme includes:
Queer Japan (dir: Graham Kolbeins)
Queen of Lapa (dir: Carolina Monnerat, Theodore Collatos)
My God, I’m Queer (dir: Matt Mahmood-Ogston)
Pride and Protest (dir: Blaise Singh)
Song Lang (dir: Leon Le)
Portrait of Jason (dir: Shirley Clarke)
Top 3 (dir: Sofie Edvardsson)
Seahorse (dir: Jeanie Finlay)
Tiny and Ruby: Hell Divin’ Women (dir: Greta Schiller, Andrea Weiss)
Shorts Programmes include:
Black Magic: A shorts programme that looks at the black queer experience
Drawing from our Community: A look at some of the best queer animation.
Happy Endings: A selection of shorts that explores the joy of being Queer
We are/were Here: A look at the past and present through a selection of vibrant shorts
States of Play: Queer filmmakers making the next generation of queer film
Free entry to our film platform is available for people on low income, prioritising those from the LGBTQ+ community.
For more information please contact SHOUTFESTIVAL@BLGBT.ORG
Details of the full film programme including synopsis is available from www.cineqbirmingham.co.uk