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Queer Women in Love: Break My Fall (Edinburgh)

November 23, 2015 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

‎£5
Break My Fall

Liza is hovering precariously between change and self-destruction, between leaving her failing relationship with girlfriend Sally and finding success with their band, Blanket. Sally is working in an unfulfilling job and clinging to fantasies of a better life, ignoring the chaos around her. Their best friends are Vin, a rent boy who is secretly in love with Sally, and Jamie, who works nights at a gay cabaret bar and longs to find a nice man to settle down with. On the three days leading up to Liza’s 25th birthday, things finally come to a head and the four are plunged into an emotional meltdown. Set on the pulsating streets of East London and with a soundtrack featuring stars of the UK independent music scene such as Micachu, Peggy Sue, and Scout Niblett.

Director Kanchi Wichmann will join us for a Q&A after the screening. Presented in association with DIVE Queer Party, Edinburgh’s eclectic, anything-goes queer party for, by and of the people.

Rated 15.

Content note: depiction of sexual and domestic violence.

£5. To book tickets please use the button below. We have a number of free tickets to give away. If you can’t afford the ticket price for any reason, please email helen@sqiff.org or call 07735 273 245 to register for free entry.

Media Education is a wheelchair accessible venue with level access throughout and an accessible toilet. We will screen the film with English subtitles for accessibility and will have a BSL interpreter for the Q&A.

Part of SQIFF presents: Queer Women in Love, a season of films by and about lesbian, bisexual, and queer women. Part of BFI LOVE, in partnership with Plusnet bfi.org.uk/love.

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Date:
November 23, 2015
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Cost:
‎£5
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SQIFF

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Media Education
183 Dalry Road
Edinburgh, EH11 2EB United Kingdom
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Phone:
0131 313 8900
Website:
http://mediaeducation.co.uk/