Fairness, Respect, Equality Shropshire (FRESh) invites you to the annual Cultural Diversity Day 23 July, The Square, Shrewsbury, 12-4.30pm.
Thank you everyone that has supported Joan & Gabriel with their crowdfunding campaign for their short film (Wherever You Are).
To mark this years International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT), Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival are screening the documentary “This Is Gay Propaganda: LGBT Rights & the War in Ukraine” in Shrewsbury.
The Times of Harvey Milk – Sunday 14th February 2016 @ 14:30, The Hive. Plus: Harvey’s nephew, Stuart Milk, President of The Harvey Milk Foundation will be giving a talk. Like Harvey, Stuart has chosen to speak out as an openly gay advocate for not only the LGBT community, but all who remain marginalized or diminished by inequality in the law, or societal inequality.
Reel In The Closet – Sunday 14th February 2016 @ 11:00, The Old Market Hall. Feature-length documentary that let’s us connect with queer people from the past through the rare home movies that they left for us.
Thanks for the tremendous feedback from our audience, more detailed comments than ever before for our 10th year.
We are eager this year to feature a number of screening outside Shrewsbury as requested in some of the feedback forms during previous festival weekends.
Is there a community hall, local cinema or other suitable venue you would like the festival to come to? Is there an organisation you would like us to present to? Do get in touch and we will do our best.
The film festival is completely organised by unpaid volunteers. All the income from ticket sales is kept by the main venue, the Old Market Hall, Shrewsbury (a cinema, owned and run by Shropshire Council ), on the basis that we do not pay to use the premises or for their staff costs. We finance the […]
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