Scottish Queer International Film Festival
Sat 9 October 2021
Whiskey Chow: you must everywhere wander
A selection of strange occurrences captured in neon blues and deep greys.
Partnered with distorted vocals and deep echoes. A satisfying watch for fans of classic sci-fi. And whilst paying ode to a genre spanning over two centuries these recent works also bring contemporary references and visuals to the screen. Themes of self-medicating, body modification and chronic diseases are presented in ways that are both beautiful and disturbing to experience This screening really captures the wonderful weirdness of contemporary sci-fi.
Featuring self-duplicating sisters in Nekama, mutating spices in you must everywhere wander and surplus PEP pills in Raltagravir.
Curated by Nat Lall.
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Films are in English and Portuguese audio and screen with English language captions for access.
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Part of SQIFF 2021