Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
On Christmas Eve in Hollywood, Sin-Dee – a transgender street worker – is released from a short stint in prison. She meets up with confidante Alexandra, who accidentally lets slip that Sin-Dee’s boyfriend and pimp, Chester, has been cheating on her. Enraged by this revelation, Sin-Dee trawls the city to track down Chester and his lover. Meanwhile, Razmik, an Armenian cab driver, works all day to earn enough money to visit the girls. However, with his mother-in-law suspicious and with Chester proving elusive, this hilarious, frantic farce threatens to turn ugly. Shot exclusively on an iPhone, this is an extraordinary piece of filmmaking, with compassionate characters, which remains gorgeously visual.
A resource to support young people to explore LGBT History Month themes of Citizenship, PSHE and the Law.
Uplifting tale of Manuela, a mother who decides to relocate to Barcelona after her son's sudden death.
14+ years 99 mins
Homophobic cowboy Ron Woodroof questions his prejudices when he is diagnosed with AIDS and discovers firsthand the barriers to obtaining medication.
16+ years 112 mins
Three drag queens make their way to a performance in rural Australia, encountering both prejudice and support, in this hilarious moving road movie.
14+ years 99 mins
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Following the success of 'A Fantastic Woman' we look at ten more great films that deal with gender identity, transgender issues, and transitional experiences.
Reading time 5 mins
We delve into five of the most significant phone made films and the fascinating stories behind their creation. Could you and your phone make the next one?
Reading time 10 mins
Smart Phones are opening doors for a new generation of filmmakers. Get inspired with our lowdown on the best phone-made films.
Reading time 8 mins
Our Spring Screenings return for February 2019 with an LGBT focus for secondary audiences plus titles exploring identity and inclusion for younger viewers.
Reading time 3 mins
LGBTQ+ cinema is an important, necessary tool for young people to see themselves represented on screen, as well as learning about acceptance and empathy.
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