Queer Classics: Nowhere – SOLD OUT
September 27 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm£10
**Please note this event is now sold out – we may be able to release more tickets nearer the screening. CCA Box Office are operating a waiting list for sold out events – please contact them directly to be added to this!**
Back by popular demand, SQIFF presents Queer Classics. This year we are screening Gregg Araki’s Nowhere. The film is a 90s cult queer film complete with colourful punk sets and costumes, grungey soundscapes and silly stoner humour.
The film is the finale of Gregg Araki’s Teenage Apocalypse Trilogy series and intertwines camp teenage silliness with the darker elements of coming of age. Bisexual characters at the forefront of the narrative and Araki is a queer asian director. For curator, Nat Lall, it is a personal favourite and inspiration.
Rather than a panel, this screening is preceded with poetry from Blaxploitation Burner Tape 2023 read and written by Isaac Harris. Isaac is a local Queer Black poet whose work compliments the humour and radicalness of Nowhere.
Curated by Nat Lall.
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.
- Depiction of violence, sexual assault, and suicide.
This screening has an age recommendation of N/C 18+.
82 minutes long with a poetry reading before the film.
Film is in English audio and screen with English language captions for access. live captioning by Louisa McDaid and BSL-English interpretation provided for the poetry reading.
Audio description available for the 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 Nowhere (1997, Dir. Gregg Araki)