Thu 6 December 2018
Featuring interviews and discussions with members of the Irish LGBTQI+ community of all ages and walks of life, Outitude delves into the lives of rural and urban lesbians, poets, writers, activists, self-professed bar dykes, and queer and curious women. Telling tales of coming out, experiences of homophobia and the varied types of activism that demonstrate the richness of the Irish lesbian community, this film is an important document for posterity, and celebrates the diversity of voices of this community for both current and future generations.
Film in the English language with English language captions. Hearing loop available. Film uses visual material to convey ideas but has a lot of voiceover and commentary, so is relatively accessible for blind and partially sighted audiences.
Large print versions of handouts available.
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Part of SQIFF18