1st – 3rd April (+ additional films on 13th & 20th March)
A fantastic weekend, including:
Saturday, April 2nd at 7.30pm, a screening of ‘No Ordinary Man‘, 2020, U.S: An in-depth look at the life of musician and trans culture icon, Billy Tipton. Complicated, beautiful and historically unrivaled, a groundbreaking film that shows what is possible when a community collaborates to honour the legacy of an unlikely hero
Also, Deux, 2019, France, on Sunday, March 13th at 7pm: When Nina met Madeleine on holiday in Rome, they became instantly inseparable. After more than twenty years of loving in the shadows Madeleine promises she will tell her family about their life together. But a life-altering event turns their world upside down.
And, not forgetting our contribution to the History Festival: Rebel Dykes, 2021, UK, on Sunday, March 20th at 3pm: an enthralling story of a community of queer women in 1980s post-punk London who met doing art, music, politics and sex, and how they went on to change their world by becoming artists, performers, musicians and activists. Fantastic footage from Greenham and of the ‘invasion’ of BBC news as part of the campaign to stop clause 28
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