“Midlands Zone is delighted once again to have been chosen as the official media sponsor for the Rainbow Film Festival. The festival has become a huge success over the years and now ranks as a key LGBT event not only in Shropshire, but across the Midlands, if not the UK.”
The Carpet Gallery, 1 Aston Street, Shifnal, Shropshire, TF11 8DW
A forbidden love between two German police cadets, Marc and Kay, an honest and beautiful tale of courage, love and acceptance. Sunday 19th October 2014 @ 18:30 at the Old Market Hall.
Starting in 1956, people who wanted to have a sex change operation could go to gynecologist Georges Burou in Casablanca – Filmmaker Michiel van Erp interviews some of these pioneers. Sunday 19th October 2014 @ 16:30 at the Old Market Hall.
In this eccentric all-female romantic comedy, charismatic filmmaker Anna, who we first meet dressed in a giant vagina costume, is facing a crisis. She has neither job nor girlfriend, and lives in her friend's garage in Los Angeles. Just when she's about to throw in the towel, she meets Katia who becomes her muse, sending her into a self-reflective, and semi-self-indulgent, navel-gazing spiral in which she decides to make a film in order to woo her! Friday 17th October 2014 @ 20:00 at the Old Market Hall.
Long-term gay couple Goran and Sven have had their adoption papers approved – and infant Patrik, age 1.5 is on his way! Date TBC. At the Old Market Hall. Saturday 18th October 2014 @ 20:00 at the Old Market Hall.
It Goes With the Shoes, tells the story of gay rights icon Bette Bourne during the 70's & 80's. Followed by Q&A with Bette!! Saturday 18th October 2014 @ 13:00 at the Old Market Hall.
LGBT History Month 2012 – “Gen Silent,” chronicles the lives of six LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) seniors in America as they deal with surviving in a care system that is hostile to their lifestyles. Sunday 27th February 2012 @ 14:30. The Hive