Feature Film: (Saturday 15th October, 16:30 – The Old Market Hall Cinema). REAL BOY is the coming of age story of a transgender teen on a journey to find his voice — as a musician, a son, a friend, and a man.
To mark this years International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT), Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival are screening the documentary “This Is Gay Propaganda: LGBT Rights & the War in Ukraine” in Shrewsbury.
The Times of Harvey Milk – Sunday 14th February 2016 @ 14:30, The Hive. Plus: Harvey’s nephew, Stuart Milk, President of The Harvey Milk Foundation will be giving a talk. Like Harvey, Stuart has chosen to speak out as an openly gay advocate for not only the LGBT community, but all who remain marginalized or diminished by inequality in the law, or societal inequality.
Feature Film: (Saturday 17th October, 13:00 – The Old Market Hall Cinema). Heroic resistance, pain and heartbreak of forgotten 1970’s lesbian custody battles.
Short Film: (Sunday Morning Shorts – 11:00 18th Oct 2015 – The Hive). A short documentary exploring the taboo of homosexuality in surfing culture. Three vastly different Australian surfers discuss their perspectives on why being gay in the lineup is still taboo and the experiences they’ve had growing up in a country full of surf, sand and waves.
Short Film: (Saturday Morning Shorts – 10:15 17th Oct 2015-Old Market Hall). BULLS focuses on a current taboo within sport, homosexuality players. The short film explain the reason as to why gay men moved from ‘traditional’ rugby leagues in favour of gay rugby tournaments.
Short Film: (Saturday Morning Shorts – 10:15 17th Oct 2015-Old Market Hall). The Female Masculinity Appreciation Society is a sort of gentlemen’s club for queer women and those who love them. Follow Cookie and Foxy Ven in their quest to reach the arm- wrestling finals, discover the reason behind Rubyyy’s ginger moustache and judge for yourself the standards in Dapper wear.