Queer Cinema Collective presents: Paris was a Woman’ & ‘Born a Rebel’: (Int. women’s day)
March 6 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
An EXTRA SPECIAL evening for International Women’s Day: A fab 15 min short followed by a brilliant feature documentary! And a RAFFLE!
7:15pm: ‘BORN A REBEL’ (15 min short) is an exclusive collection of archive footage celebrating the women’s rights movement
across the North of England. Trailer: https://bit.ly/2tqMomL
7:30pm: ‘PARIS WAS A WOMAN’ (Feature film) uses groundbreaking research and newly discovered home movies to give a fantastic portrait of the creative community of women (many LESBIAN – whoop!) who flocked to Paris in the early 20th century, when Paris was the cultural capital of the world.
Peep the trailer here: https://bit.ly/2TPTKeN
Again we’ll have a RAFFLE, where you can win even more and even better prizes than before! We also have TEA AND COFFEE to warm your cockles. And there are finger licking home made BAKED GOODS too, so you can stuff your faces during the flick [insert lesbian joke]. Plenty of comfy SOFA seats too!
£4 on the door – 100% of the money is used to screen future films.
Doors open at 6:45pm.
Only 60 person capacity so get there early!
Wrap up warm as it can be a little chilly in Partisan, sometimes 🙂
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