IMAGING HUES

Imaging Hues is a compilation of historical dues of the present future where politics intersect with the plurality of being. Binary colours have blinded you. Read me, in shades of white, pink, black and blue. Let me sing you my darkest tune.  Curated by: Qila Gill

Venue: Bricks

Screening Time: 17:30

Duration: 60 Minutes

Date: Friday 10 September

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THE ETERNAL RETURN

Director: Michelle Williams Gamaker

The Eternal Return, posits a now-
struggling Sabu in 1952 as he supports
his family by performing – once more
with a troupe of elephants – in Tom
Arnold’s Christmas Circus in Haringey
Arena.

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O' PIERROT

Director: Tanoa Sasraku-Ansah

Employing the narrative of Pierrot the
Clown, and the aesthetic of Kenneth
Anger’s pioneering avant-garde, queer
film Rabbit’s Moon, O’ Pierrot (2019)
explores the quest for British identity
from a lesbian, mixed-race,
British perspective.

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VIDEO HOME SYSTEM

Director: Sharlene Bamboat

This video showcases the connections between pop culture and nationalism, and how bootleg economies kept the cinema industry alive during periods of censorship.

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JOURNEY TO THE CHARBAGH

Director: Abdullah Qureshi

Drawing upon Sufi traditions of interpreting Islamic sacred texts, where love and equality are celebrated, Journey to the CharBagh is a poetic and experimental exploration of queerness from a Muslim perspective