5 Fantastic Films To See At Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest This Week
London’s Fringe! film festival celebrating extraordinary LGBTIQA+ stories launches today (14 Nov).
Don’t miss this chance to see truly iconoclastic works from around the world.
Discover football’s unsung hero, Justin Fashanu: the world’s first £1 million black football player, and first openly gay footballer, whose life was tragically cut short.
A bloody and bonkers female revenge romp from the King of Sleaze, Bruce LaBruce.
“The Female Liberation Army (FLA) hide out in rural Gerwomany under the tutelage of the formidable Big Mother (Bruce LaBruce regular, Susanne Sachsse). Posing as a convent school for wayward girls, they plot revolution in the classroom and entertain themselves with each other’s company. But when a young man – a leftist activist injured whilst eluding capture by the police – accidentally stumbles upon the group, his arrival sets in motion events which test the FLA’s radical brand of feminism and cohesion as a community. ”
Elizabeth Streb’s spectacular performance interventions during London 2012 shook the world. Discover how the fearless performers dared to throw themselves off iconic London architecture.
A twisty tale of a settled gay couple in Vienna who – with their Tomcat called Moses – live the high life… until their world is turned upside down.
Filmmaker Shu Lea Cheang (FRESH KILL; I.K.U) dives into the dark in this erotic cyberpunk fantasy unlike any other.
“It’s the year 2060 and a mutated version of the HIV virus re-codes bodily fluids as an erotic-narcotic. A new type of gender fluid human, ZERO GEN, are the bio-drug carriers of this intoxicating ejaculate. DIY biohackers, underground drug lords, and a scheming corporation are intermeshed when the (corrupt) government sends out secret agents to identify anyone who carries the mutated gene. But these android agents can also be ‘turned’ with a single shot of the stimulating new drug…”
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