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Visible Cinema: Encounters Pride Shorts (15)

28 June

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Key

  • A Autism friendly
  • C Captioned
  • D Dementia friendly

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Visible Cinema is GFT’s Deaf and Hard of Hearing friendly film programme. Featuring a captioned or subtitled screening followed by a post-film discussion with integrated BSL and on-screen Speech to Text Service.

For this Pride month, Visible Cinema is delighted to screen Encounters Queer Joy film programme, a selection of shorts celebrating the moments of joy that members of the LGBTQI+ community are often denied on and off screen. These films envision a world in which people can freely explore the wider range of their own identities. We will be joined by Eleanor Capaldi (she/her), aGlasgow based writer/director with an interest in queer storytelling.

Her short film Glue, was nominated for Best of British at Queer Vision Film Festival, in association with Iris Prize and Encounters. She is a member of the EIFF Talent Lab, and a mentee on the GFF New Talent Mentorship Scheme. Eleanor will be making a 'Tiny Little Picture' with GMAC this summer.

This screening is presented in partnership with Encounters Film Festival.

Total event time: 1h3m


Please note: For booking accessible seating/enhanced audio headsets please request this before or at the time of booking either by phone: 0141 332 6535, email: access@glasgowfilm.org or BSL users can contact GFT via contactSCOTLAND-BSL, the on-line British Sign Language interpreting video relay service. Find out more at www.contactscotland-bsl.org

Information on the films in this programme is available below.

Film content warnings: Nudity, descriptions of sex

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Red Aninsri

Ang is a Transgender sex worker with a pretty and feminine voice. She takes on a special mission as an undercover spy. Disguising herself as a cis gender man with the purpose of entering a romantic relationship with student activist Jit, who has an evil voice.

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  • Director Ratchapoom Boonbunchachoke
  • Cast Atikhun Adulpocatorn, Napat Kiatkwankul (voice) and Kullakan Kinrakhon
  • Country Thailand
  • Year of Production 2020
  • Running Time 30 mins
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Lotus Lantern

A tribute to late Chinese singer Zhou Xuan, who acts as the missing link between the filmmaker Xingpei Shein’s queer identity and Chinese heritage.

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  • Director Xingpei Shein
  • Country USA/ China
  • Year of Production 2017
  • Running Time 7 mins
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Dragged Up

In Laura Jayne Trunebridge’s comedy-drama about family and identity, shy and awkward tomboy Sarah (Gaby French) uses drag to find the inner confidence needed to show her family who she truly is.

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  • Director Laura Jayne Turnbridge
  • Cast Gaby French, Donna Air, Joyce Omotola
  • Country UK
  • Year of Production 2021
  • Running Time 19 mins
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Flamingo Pride

The only straight flamingo in a gay flock, our frustrated protagonist falls in love with a lady stork who flys overhead. When she is not convinced that his intensions are serious, he has a crisis of identity, leading to him making a bold move.

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  • Director Tomer Eshed
  • Cast Nadine Boske (voice), Sebastian Schulz (voice), Tristian Taylor (voice)
  • Country Germany
  • Year of Production 2011
  • Running Time 7m
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