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.
Short Film: (Saturday Morning Shorts – 10:15 17th Oct 2015-Old Market Hall). Meet FINN! A devoted SINK THE PINK fan. He explains what identifying as QUEER means, how SINK THE PINK has helped shape his identity and why it’s such a big part of his social calendar…
Short Film: (Saturday Morning Shorts – 10:15 17th Oct 2015-Old Market Hall). Meet JONO! What’s the difference between DRAG and TRANNY? What’s the unique inspiration behind his look? And what does being a drag queen actually feel like? He’ll exlain it all…
Sunday 17th May 2015 @ 20:00, The Hive. In response to finding the words “fag” and “U R gay” spray-painted on her car, Erin decided to embrace what happened by leaving the graffiti on her car, putting her studies on hold and embarking upon a video-documented 55,000 mile journey through 41 U.S. states.
Short Film – Co-founder of the Pink Singers, Mark Bunyan spent the 70s and 80s performing his original songs at almost every pivotal event in UK gay history. In the words of a fan, he was “The First Gay Superstar”! Screening as part of Rainbow Shorts at the Ludlow Fringe Arts Festival.
UK PREMIERE (Sunday Shorts-Documentaries-USA) – An animated, experimental, personal documentary about the filmmaker’s first year on testosterone from an impressionistic and poetic perspective. Sunday 19th October 2014 @ 11:00 at The Hive.