The Palace International Film Festival Presents…

 

Queer Dystopia: Techno Solstice for the dissociated HAPPENING AT TAKE 5 CAFE on 21st JUNE, STOKES CROFT, BRISTOL

 

We are raising dollar bills for The Palace International Film Festival, Bristol’s queer film festival as we are planning our 2020 edition!

 

As part of our Queer Dystopia series, we present to you an abstract line-up for those that are dissociated with the summer solstice and want to veer away from Bristol’s sun-worshippers and enter a dingy basement in Stokes Croft to dance to techno and dance music all night….what can’t you love about that…


INTOLERANT OF INTOLLERANCE
This is a queer event and space that welcomes everyone, we are a community that respect each others space and look out for each other. We will not tolerate and will take action against racism, homo/transphobia, misogyny and any other forms of discrimination / dick head mentality. xoxo

 

THE FILM FEST

The Palace International Film Festival (www.palacefilmfest.org) emerged from The Palace Collective and Artist Residency in 2017. The aim of this Bristol edition is to give platform to the LGBTQ voice and to explore progressive queer attitudes. We connect queer work with the non linear and non-conventional in our Palace laboratory, creating conversations and elevating experimentation for the residents and public to interact with.

LINEUP - 21st JUNE@TAKE 5 CAFE

 

 

 

 

 

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DJ and producer delivering sound to the ears; like the feel of satin touching a body, combined with the breathtaking depth of the cathedral bells ringing noon during a sultry summer day in Santiago de Compostela.
 

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SLIMETIME

Hypnotised by UV lights and bioluminescence, Aequorea Victoria creates creature-human hybrids, videos and interactive spaces responding to mating rituals of the Leopard Slug and Deep Sea Angler Fish. Interactive installation, Slime Time, employs UV-reactive slime as a tactile medium to combat anxiety and as a visual representation of the slug’s male/female dichotomy-challenging genitalia as a platform to discuss queerness and gender fluidity.

 

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PET BITCH 

 

 

 

 

CLEMENTE

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