Feature Film: (Saturday 17th October, 13:00 – The Old Market Hall Cinema). Featuring the children of lesbian and gay parents talking about friends and family.
Feature Film: (Sunday 18th October, 16:30 – The Old Market Hall Cinema). Where is the thin line that separates friendship from desire? After more than 50 years without seeing each other, two 70 year old women from the Basque Country dare to cross that line.
Feature Film: (Sunday 18th October, 18:30 – The Old Market Hall Cinema). A groundbreaking coming of age romantic comedy, the film explores how falling in love transcends gender and how important it is to live a courageous life without fear standing in the way of your dreams.
Feature Film: (Sunday 18th October, 13:30 – The Old Market Hall Cinema). In 1960s London, barrister Melville Farr’s life is near perfect, with a loving marriage and successful career. However, when blackmailers link Farr to a young gay man, everything Farr has worked for is threatened.
Feature Film: (Saturday 17th October, 20:00 – The Old Market Hall Cinema). For Shirin, being part of a perfect family isn’t easy. Acceptance eludes her from all sides: her family doesn’t know she’s bisexual, and her ex-girlfriend, Maxine, can’t understand why she doesn’t tell them.
Feature Film: (Friday 16th October, 20:00 – The Old Market Hall Cinema). Leonardo and Giovana are best friends. Like all teenagers they yearn for more independence and, being blind, Leonardo even more so. They dream of going abroad and of experiencing love’s first kiss. Gabriel, the new boy at school, becomes fast friends with them both, but ultimately three becomes a crowd.
Feature Film: (Saturday 17th October, 16:30 – The Old Market Hall Cinema). Royal Intelligence Ministry agent, Jayson Bend, teams up with a Swiss agent to try and stop the launch of a satellite that will turn the owner of the largest global hair salon chain into one of the most powerful men in the world.
Absolutely nothing to do with Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival, but great to see another film with LGBTQ characters showing at a local cinema without our involvement. A mysterious fainting epidemic develops amongst the pupils of a strict English girls school. Using the phenomena as a catalyst to confront the authority figures around her, schoolgirl Lydia forces old secrets to rise to the surface and finds herself facing a truth she never expected.
Wednesday 18th February 2015 @ 20:00 at The Hive. Anne Lister (1791–1840) was a wealthy, unmarried woman who inherited Shibden Hall in West Yorkshire from her uncle in 1826. Throughout her life, she kept diaries which chronicled the details of her everyday life, including her lesbian relationships, her financial concerns, her industrial activities and her work improving Shibden Hall.