QUEER FREEDOM
Presented by Oska Bright

Venue: Bricks 

Screening Time: 19:20

Duration: 67 Minutes

Date: Wednesday 08 September

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JOHN AND MICHAEL

Director: Shira Avni

This animated short pays tribute to two men with Down syndrome who shared an intimate and profoundly loving relationship that deeply affected the filmmaker.

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VERSIONS

Director:  Matthew Kennedy

A film about ‘individual identities’ and ‘family ties’, Versions takes you through the biological and the unknown through the use of collage and silhouettes.

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ENID AND VALERIE

Director:  Matthew Kennedy & Vitoria Bastos

A short venture into the dreams of lone spinster, Valerie, where she meets Enid (a witch). Could this be the start of an unlikely friendship?

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LIFE ON TWO SPECTRUMS

Director: Elizabeth-Valentina Sutton

Life on Two Spectrums is a short documentary project looking at the experiences of members of the LGBTQ+ community with Autism and Asperger's syndrome.

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BORN TO DANCE WITH AN EXTRA CHROMOSONE

Director:  Nikolay Nikolov

Drag Syndrome are superstars who have entirely changed the conversation about Down’s syndrome and drag, encouraging us all to embrace our inner diva.

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LOVING OUR LANGUAGE: PRIDE IN DISABILITY CULTURE

Director:  Jen Sungshine & David Ng

This film explores queerness and disability, looking at the ways that culture and language are also part and parcel of many other communities.

PILL AND ME

Director: Ignacio Garcia Sanchez

PILL AND ME is a documentary film about self, identity and the roles we are given.

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LIPSTICK FIGHTS

Director:  Jon Mitchell

Jon Mitchell was mentored to create a poem, visuals and soundscape exploring gender and his deeply personal struggle with his own identity.

VAF 2018

Director:  Jessica Laurent

Two girls in two countries are not as different as they seem to be. Can the VAF green dog help them to realise that?