Bristol Pride 2021

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Queer Vision Film Festival Discussion: Not another lesbian period drama!

Mon 12 July

At home

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Queer Vision believes in the importance of seeing yourself reflected on screen and aims to increase visibility and accessibility of queer narratives, and to create a community and safe space to explore themes, and discuss the representations we see. 

Join the Queer Vision Team and guests,  for a discussion on the films in this year’s programme, and wider conversations on straight casting, lesbian costume dramas and more. 

You can also watch Cowboys (Amazon Prime) at home and Queer Vision recommends these other new LGBTQIA+ online releases which are available to rent or stream with a subscription or a free trial.

Shiva Baby,  Debut by Emma Seligman – Mubi

College student Danielle is faced with a series of awkward encounters at a day-long shiva, a Jewish gathering during a time of mourning. Amongst overbearing relatives, she is rattled by the appearance of an ex-girlfriend and of her secret sugar daddy, who unexpectedly arrives with his wife and baby.

Kajillionaire, Miranda July ( Me you and Everyone We Know) – Now TV/Amazon Prime

A woman’s life is turned upside down when her criminal parents invite an outsider to join them on a major heist they’re planning. 

Ammonite, Francis Lee (God’s own Country) BFI player/Amazon Prime

1840s England, acclaimed but overlooked fossil hunter Mary Anning and a young woman sent to convalesce by the sea develop an intense relationship, altering both of their lives forever.

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