Scottish Queer International Film Festival
Fri 8 October 2021
This screening is a raw look into various Brazilian queer cultures.
Despite the challenges faced by queer people in Brazil, this event was curated to primarily celebrate queer joy and community love. Tattoo, BEAT 97 and From time to time, I burn show the powerful connections between queer relationships. And whilst The Uninhabitable Ones takes an experimental approach into documenting queer Black diaspora, Unliveable explores the love and empathy in intersectional communities.
Curated by Indigo Korres.
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Films are in Portuguese audio and screen with English language captions for access.
All SQIFF events will have BSL-English interpretation.
All SQIFF events will have live captioning.
Induction loops are available in all event spaces.
The lights will be slightly up during all screenings and people are welcome to come and go during events as they need to.
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Part of SQIFF 2021