They will be showing screenings at Duke’s At Komedia, The Ledward Centre and We Are Fabuloso for Brighton & Hove Pride
BY ELLA GAUCI, IMAGE BY MICHELLE BRØNDUM
Brighton & Hove Pride’s official LGBTQIA film festival, FilmPride, is back for its fifth year with more glorious film screenings than ever. Between 29 July to 6 August, FilmPride will be showing some of the best LGBTQIA films at The Ledward Centre, Duke’s At Komedia, and We Are Fabuloso.
Kicking off at The Leward Centre on 29-30 July, you can enjoy a fun day of screenings with English subtitles and a BSL interpreter on hand. Films being shown include Atlas O Phoenix’s amazing experimental essay Ordinary and Ana María Jessie Serna’s short film Because I Know How Beautiful My Being Is.
Are you a fan of Bella Ramsey? You won’t want to miss the FilmPride screenings at Duke’s At Komedia which will be showing Emma Gilbertson’s short film Requiem starring The Last Of Us star on 3 August. If you’re a fan of all things horror this is the perfect day out to see some spooky short films.
If you’re already heading to Brighton Pride this year, make a stop at the FilmPride tent in Community Village in Preston Park. All screenings are free for We Are Fabuloso ticket holders! From Campbell Moore’s Welcome To Celibacy Club to Maddie Lock’s unnerving essay Monsters, there’s something for everyone.
Deborah Espect, Festival Director of FilmPride, said: “We’re very excited to be returning to We Are Fabuloso for Brighton & Hove Pride, and thrilled to be also screening a selection of our films at Duke’s at Komedia and The Ledward Centre. We have films in every genre – including a special showcase of LGBTQIA horror short films – on a range of topics, made by independent filmmakers from all corners of the world. We’re celebrating all aspects of queer life; our passions, our fights, our struggles, our unity and our differences. And to make our festival more accessible, all our films have English subtitles.”
To find out more here over to the FilmPride website now: https://filmpride.org/ !
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