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Short Film: (Sunday 7th October, 11:00). Bonus short, screening prior to In Between – In the oldest fun park of Beirut, four young female friends go on a Ferris Wheel ride. During this claustrophobic open-air journey, they touch on intimate subjects, from making best use of three centimetres to Joanna’s recent breakup. However, Suzie’s breakup advice leads to an unexpected confession.
Short Film: (Saturday 6th October, 15:00). Bonus short, screening prior to Snapshots – An ageing woman and her nurse develop a friendship that inspires her to unearth unacknowledged longing and thus help her make peace with her past.
Short Film: (Saturday 6th October, 13:30). Part of the UK Short Film Programme – A non-fiction short following drag queen Candy Fierce, promoting a message of self-love and body positivity; defying social expectations and traditional norms surrounding body image.
Short Film: (Saturday 6th October, 13:30). Part of the UK Short Film Programme – When news breaks that the county pig fete is being revived, the once-legendary Farmer decides to take one final chance and invest his life savings in a thoroughbred piglet.
Lecture: (Saturday 6th October, 19:00) – This clip lecture will explore some of the big camp hitters that have stood the test of time, and at least one that hasn’t! Taking in the ‘film sissy’ of the 1920s and 30s, Carmen Miranda, classic musicals, drag on screen, Carry On, Elizabeth Taylor, queer arthouse movies, and peplum, there is something to wet everyone’s whistle in A Romp Through Classic Camp!’.
The Thirteenth Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival will be held on 05th-07th October 2018 The film festival is completely organised by volunteers and we are funded by grants, individual donations and sponsorship. In line with our mission, the films we screen at the Rainbow Film Festival aim to entertain, educate, challenge and change. We also support and publicise local LGBT events and campaigns. […]
Feature Film: (Friday 5th October, 20:00) – PROFESSOR MARSTON AND THE WONDER WOMAN – incredible true story about Dr. William Moulton Marston, his wife, Elizabeth and their mutual lover, Olive.
Feature Film: (Sunday 7th October, 15:00) – A FANTASTIC WOMAN – Marina’s life is thrown into turmoil following the death of her partner. Mourning the loss of the man she loved, she finds herself under intense scrutiny from those with no regard for her privacy.
Feature Film: (Saturday 6th October, 11:00) – A MOMENT IN THE REEDS – Leevi returns to Finland to help his estranged father work on their family cabin, a process interrupted by a recent asylum seeker from Syria.