Starting as a community cinema operating in Birmingham, CineQ aims ‘to grow appetites and audiences’ for Queer and LGBTQIA+ films. It also champions new queer cinema in the region, with a particular focus on the perspectives of Queer Trans & Intersex People Of Colour (QTIPOC).
This three-day event features a host of film screenings and workshops (including a filmmaker brunch with the award-winning Campbell X), a night of performance from Second Self, and a screening of Rafiki (pictured above), a Kenyan lesbian love story banned from its home country, where homosexuality is illegal.
Various locations in Birmingham - Friday 22 - Sunday 24 March. Full details HERE
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