When film director and friend, Matty Steinkamp asked me to review a few movies for his upcoming film festival, I was first surprised and then honored to be asked. I cleared a Saturday and Drea and I were able to watch about 9 short films and send him our recommendations. This interaction was my first ever involvement in a film festival.
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Enjoy incredible documentaries, stunning cinematography and exceptional storytelling with screenings of must-see films from around the world, alongside emerging local talent. All films in this short film screening will have captioned subtitles. Both the screening introduction and post screening panel discussion will be interpreted into British Sign Language.
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QFN creates touring programmes to enrich and expand queer cinema viewing opportunities. Developed together and by individual members, tours are offered to QFN member organsations and occasionally to other film exhibitors in the UK to book. Screenings were followed by panel discussions with special guest, comedian Rosie Jonesand others tackling questions of queerness and onscreen comedy. This programme presented an exciting selection of performative work by functionally diverse filmmakers exploring the intersections of queerness and disability.
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