September 28 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pmFree – £10
Kokomo City presents the stories of four Black transgender sex workers in New York and Georgia. Shot in striking black and white, the boldness of the facts of these women’s lives and the earthquaking frankness they share complicate this enterprise, colliding the everyday with cutting social commentary and the excavation of long-dormant truths. Unfiltered, unabashed, and unapologetic, D. Smith and her collaborators offer a refreshing rawness and vulnerability unconcerned with purity and politeness.
In honour of Koko Da Doll, this screening is hosted by House Ball Scotland, holding an aftercare space which will be detailed on the evening.
House Ball Scotland is a QTIBIPOC-led community and platform for the underground ball scene in Scotland.
Co-curated by Nusa.
Tickets are on a pay what you can sliding scale of FREE, £2, £4, £6, £8, or £10. To book, click here or call the CCA Box Office on 0141 352 4900.
- Discussions of abuse, violence, trauma, transphobia, racism, sex work.
This screening is recommended for ages 18+
73 minutes long with an optional aftercare space.
English audio with English captions. BSL-English interpretation and live captioning provided.
Audio description is available for this film. Headsets available at the cinema entrance.
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We ask that you wear a mask if possible and please don’t attend the screening if you have any symptoms of Covid-19 or have been in recent contact with a confirmed case. FFP2 masks will be available for free around the building.
Image: from Kokomo City (2023, Dir. D Smith)