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Proud to support Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival
Short Film: (Sunday 7th October, 13:30). Part of the International Short Film Programme – Alex, a troubled and isolated teenager, finds a true and supportive friend in Hendrik, his sister’s boyfriend. When Hendrik and Annelies announce their plans to leave the family home, Alex must face what is troubling him.
I’ve enjoyed attending the festival over the years and am very pleased to support the Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival.
Short Film: (Sunday 7th October, 13:30). Part of the International Short Film Programme – The film is a satire on the hilarious hypocrisy of society towards that which goes against the “conventional social order of things”, told through the story of two young girls who were in love.
Short Film: (Sunday 7th October, 13:30). Part of the International Short Film Programme – A married couple is unexpectedly faced with their relationship issues when they take ballroom dance lessons.
Short Film: (Sunday 7th October, 13:30). Part of the International Short Film Programme – In celebration of his birthday, a young boy, Stratis, is excited to get a new pet fish. His father, a staunch, rough around the edges conservative takes him to the pet store but ends up disappointed in his son’s choice. With all the gladiator fish he could choose from, the young boy selected a chubby goldfish. During their return home, the boy declares that his goldfish is gay but the father just won’t have it…
The Blue Lemon, 48 High Street, Shrewsbury The Blue Lemon Natural Soap & Handmade Skincare Company are happy to be able to sponsor the Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival. Before beginning our skincare journey, one of our partners, Jorg, worked in Film & TV production. Having had films of his own screened at various festivals himself, […]
Short Film: (Saturday 6th October, 13:30). Part of the UK Short Film Programme – When Elaines husband dies, leaving her a map and directions to where he would like his ashes to be scattered, she sets out on a road trip with her best friend, Lois, leaving their quiet village in South Wales for the Yorkshire Dales.
When the team at Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival talked to S&TTUC about the work we do, they were eager to support SRFF in our work to support and sustain the LGBT+ community. https://www.shropshireandtelfordtuc.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Shropshire-and-Telford-Trades-Council-496522153837287/