2014 Film Festival Programme

The Ninth Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival will be held on 17th-19th October 2014

The film festival is completely organised by volunteers and we are funded by grants, individual donations and sponsorship.
The aims of the rainbow film festival are to entertain, educate, challenge and change. We also support and publicise local LGBT events and campaigns.

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Wednesday 15th October 2014

Start TimeEnd Time Film/EventCertificateVenue
19:3021:30Hideaway & Jayson Bend Queen and Country NCThe Sitting Room, Ludlow

Friday 17th October 2014

Start TimeEnd Time Film/EventCertificateVenue
19:3020:00Opening CeremonyNAThe Old Market Hall
20:0021:45Who’s Afraid of Vagina WolfTwo Girls Against the Rain & Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf Sponsored by Midlands Zone15The Old Market Hall

Saturday 18th October 2014

Start TimeEnd Time Film/EventCertificateVenue
08:4509:50Director's Breakfast come and meet some of the directors and organisers for a coffee.NAShrewsbury Coffee House
10:00 (prompt!)12:00Lucky FaresSaturday Shorts (Fiction)NCThe Gateway Education and Arts Centre
12:0013:00BREAKNA
13:0015:15Bette Bourne - It Goes With the ShoesBette Bourne – It Goes With the Shoes followed by Q&A with Bette Bourne! Screening sponsored by Jonathan Cutbill and Telford & Wrekin Community Safety Partnership.NCThe Old Market Hall
15:1516:30BREAKNA
16:3018:45No Secret AnymoreNo Secret Anymore, Some Ground to Stand On, followed by Q&A with Jane Traies. Screening sponsored by Shropshire UnisonNCThe Old Market Hall
18:4520:00BREAKNA
20:0022:00Patrik, Age 1.5Patrik, Age 1.5. Screening sponsored by Family Options15The Old Market Hall

Sunday 19th October 2014

Start TimeEnd Time Film/EventCertificateVenue
11:0012:30The Cost of GenderSunday Shorts (Documentaries)NCThe Hive
12:3013:30BREAKNA
13:3015:30The Children's HourThe Children’s Hour (aka The Loudest Whisper) Screening sponsored by Shropshire Council12The Old Market Hall
15:3016:30BREAKNA
16:3017:50I Am a Woman Now, April AshleyI Am A Woman Now Screening sponsored by Greg & Maria D’Aguiar & Shrewsbury Town CouncilNCThe Old Market Hall
17:5018:30BREAKNA
18:3020:10Free FallFree Fall Screening sponsored by Police and Crime Commissioner – West Mercia15The Old Market Hall
20:1022:00Post-festival weekend mealNATo Be Confirmed

 

NC= Not Certified

Tickets for the feature films are available from here.

Tickets for the Saturday shorts are available from here.

Tickets for the Sunday shorts are available from here.

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