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SQIFF Shorts: Look at Me

October 1, 2017 @ 6:45 pm - 8:00 pm

Free - £8

Technological LGBTQ+ themes are probed in this cyber-collection of shorts. Featuring a DIY documentary about queer and trans bodies and online self-representation, trans people talking about how they have actively used videogames to explore their gender, a gay man programming his very own virtual world – a campy safe haven – in a dystopian future of surveillance and work, and a man discovering he has HIV and deciding to share the news via digital forums.

Marco Alessi, co-director of Look at Me, will be in attendance for a Q&A after the screening. If you require BSL interpretation for the Q&A, contact info@sqiff.org to make arrangements.

ACCESS: Level access at entrance of CCA with Cinema space on ground floor. Accessible toilets available. Various languages with English subtitles/captions. Hearing loop.

Ticket prices on a sliding scale according to your circumstances. Choose between FREE, £2, £4, £6, or £8 (prices include CCA booking fee) according to what you can afford. See our ticketing information for more details.

To book, please use the button below or call CCA box office on +44 (0)141 352 4900.

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Skeleton in a Beret (7m)
Dir: Mabz Beet, Country: UK, Year: 2016
Two trans people talk about how they have actively used videogames as part of how they explore not just their gender, but their skills, self-confidence, and self-expression.

In deiner Haut (28m)
Dir: Daniel Kulle, Country: Germany, Year: 2016
In a dystopian future world of surveillance and work, Max compensates for his isolation by programming his very own virtual world, a campy safe haven.

Look at Me (20m)
Dir: Marco Alessi and Patrick G. Lee, Country: UK, USA, Year: 2017
Look at Me is a mixed-format short documentary about queer and trans bodies and online self-representation. It is DIY labour of love made by a host of queer filmmakers and collaborators in London.

Event Horizon (15m)
Dir: Gil Baroni, Country: Brazil, Year: 2016
Gabriel discovers he has HIV and decides to share the news via digital forums.


October 1, 2017
6:45 pm - 8:00 pm
Free - £8
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