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Jobs: Social Media Assistant and Videographer

Jobs: Social Media Assistant and Videographer

SQIFF 2019 takes place 2nd to 6th October in Glasgow. We are recruiting for two freelance roles to help make this year’s Festival happen. See below for full information on the roles. To apply, please email a CV and covering letter stating why you are…

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Jobs: Marketing Coordinator and Volunteer Coordinator

Jobs: Marketing Coordinator and Volunteer Coordinator

SQIFF 2019 takes place 2nd to 6th October in Glasgow. We are recruiting for two freelance roles to help make this year’s Festival happen. See below for full information on the roles. To apply, please email a CV and covering letter stating why you are…

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SQIFF 2019 Artwork Commission

SQIFF 2019 Artwork Commission

SQIFF 2019 takes place 2nd to 6th October in Glasgow and we are offering a £1000 commission for someone to create the artwork (main image) to appear on the front of our brochure and our posters this year. To be eligible you must be based…

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Finance Volunteer Callout

Finance Volunteer Callout

SQIFF holds an annual 5 day event in Glasgow alongside year round one-off events. We are an organisation by and for LGBTQIA+ communities in Scotland. Our aims are to give people a chance to watch movies they wouldn’t otherwise get a chance to see and…

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2019 Festival Submissions Open

2019 Festival Submissions Open

SQIFF 2019 will take place in Glasgow 2nd to 6th October and submissions are now open. We’re using Film Freeway to accept submissions this year. To find out more and submit your film, click here. We are charging a relatively small amount for submissions for…

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Natasha Lall on using sci-fi to explore queer visibility

Natasha Lall on using sci-fi to explore queer visibility

We interviewed Glasgow-based artist and filmmaker Natasha Lall about her film Pink Excavation. Tell us a bit about yourself and your work as an artist and filmmaker. Hello, I’m Natasha (or Nat, whatever) Lall and i’m a multimedia artist. I’m QTIPOC, disabled and gender non-conforming….

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Sonya Mulligan on lesbian community on film

Sonya Mulligan on lesbian community on film

We asked Sonya Mulligan, director of new documentary Outitude, about creating a film about the Irish lesbian community. How did your film Outitude come about? Myself and Ger Moane (the producer) go regularly to GAZE [LGBTQ film festival in Dublin] and have always enjoyed seeing…

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Shine Louise Houston on Making Queer Porn

Shine Louise Houston on Making Queer Porn

We asked Shine Louise Houston, filmmaker and founder of queer porn company Pink + White Productions, about her work. How did you first get into adult filmmaking? It was 2004 and I was working at San Francisco sex toy retailer Good Vibrations and we had a…

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Finn Paul on Responding to Mainstream Trans Representation

Finn Paul on Responding to Mainstream Trans Representation

Tell us a bit about yourself and your work to date. Born in Bellflower, CA in 1981, I currently live in Los Angeles and work as a Housing Case Manager for chronically homeless adults. My practice draws from the quotidian to make queer bonds and sociality into…

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Vacancy: Social Media Assistant

Vacancy: Social Media Assistant

SQIFF 2018 takes place 5th to 9th December in Glasgow. We are recruiting for a freelance Social Media Assistant to help make this year’s Festival happen. See below for full information on the roles. To apply, please email a CV and covering letter to helen…

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