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Film Submissions Now Open – Closing date 31st May 2017.
LGBT History Month Screening: (Sunday 19th February, 13:45 – The Hive). CELLULOID CLOSET historically examines the way homosexuality has been dealt with over the years by mainstream Hollywood.
LGBT History Month Screening: (Sunday 19th February, 10:30 – The Old Market Hall). In TAB HUNTER CONFIDENTIAL we will meet, for the first time, the real Tab Hunter as he shares with us the whole story of a happy, healthy survivor of Hollywood’s roller coaster.
LGBT History Month Screening: (Sunday 19th February, 12:30 – The Old Market Hall). A twisted queer romance set in the 19th Century picturesque Bohemia telling a tabooed true story of birth of one of Czech’s most influential writers. Suspense, laughter, violence, hope, heart, nudity, sex, and happy ending. Mostly happy ending.
Book reading by John Sam Jones as part of Wellington Town Council 20th Annual Festival. John Sam Jones has been writing about the lives of gay men in Wales for two decades. Until his first collection of short stories, Welsh Boys Too, published in 2000, gay characters were largely absent from literature in Wales… and without […]
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Feature Film: (Friday 27th January 2017, 20:00 – The Hive). TRIANGLES – WITNESSES OF THE HOLOCAUST – is an unprecedented inclusive film that shines an intimate light on a broader community and culture of the Holocaust not previously revealed.
Joe Stevens will be flying from California to attend our film festival this October to take part in a Q&A following ‘Real Boy’, in which he features. ‘Real Boy’ is ‘a coming of age story of Ben, a transgender teen on a journey to find his voice’, with extracts from home movies and interviews. Joe has […]
A powerful, solo performance drama, FADoubleGOT, is being staged at The Hive, Shrewsbury on Friday 30th September, 8pm. It is written and performed by Jamal Gerald. Inspired by a black gay experience, this autobiographical piece focuses on the ups and downs of pride and self-loathing.