Hastings Pride: Reel Queers
Join us on Monday 19 August from 7pm for Reel Queers, an evening of short films, television clips and found footage celebrating queer women* on screen over the past 50 years since the Stonewall riots.
Curated by local wife and wife team Sarah and Vanessa Farinha, the night will feature a personal selection of seminal film and TV highlights from Prisoner Cell Block H to The L Word along with short independent LGBTQ+ films and will include a chance to meet and discuss the films with some of the filmmakers.
This is a pay-what-you-can event, all money raised on the door will go directly to Hastings Pride. Location will be announced shortly.
More info on the curators:
Sarah Farinha is a BAFTA winning screenwriter who writes for film & TV.
Vanessa Farinha is a creative producer, artist and co-founder of The Nothing productions.
Sarah’s recent article about her personal experiences of sexuality being influenced by television can be read on the official BAFTA website.
*We believe Queer women are an awesome and diverse group of people, including cisgender and trans women who may be bisexual, lesbian, pansexual, asexual and/or gender fluid.
Part of Pride Hastings Week 2019
Image: Prisoner Cell Block H Cast
- When Monday 19 August 2019
- Time 7.00pm
- Where Printworks, 14 Claremont, Hastings TN34 1HA