SQIFF 2019 SQIFF Shorts: Come Out Fighting
Thu 3 October 2019
SQIFF Shorts Come Out Fighting
Pushed into corners through marginalisation and oppression, the characters in these short films come out fighting for their bodily autonomy, rights, and liberation.
YaliniDream performs a poem of refugee/migrant love for self and the world. Artist Liberty Antonia Sadler uses poetry to celebrate larger bodies in a fatphobic society. In Ponyboi, an intersex runaway and sex worker finds self-redemption and love. The Wind on your Skin sees a young Namibian woman fighting back after her girlfriend is murdered for being lesbian. Eyes explores moving through the world as a gender non-conforming person choosing between being visible versus being safe. And BLACKN3SS dives into the journey of black queer youth in São Paulo.
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Captioning, Interpretation & Large Print
Films have a mixture of English and Portuguese audio with English captions/subtitles. Hearing loop available. Most of the films are relatively accessible to English-speaking blind and partially sighted audiences with poetic voiceover or explanatory dialogue and majority English language and/or quite bright images. Large print versions of handouts available.
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Part of SQIFF 2019