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The Spit it Out Festival

What It Means To Be screening

Sat 17 June 2023

Tickets no longer available

English subtitling

Wheelchair accessible

Wheelchair accessible

Quiet room available

A woman lying on the floor her chest is bare with "How much do I have to bleed before you call me a woman" written on it

Image credit: Winifred Brook Young

Callie Rose Petal is an artist-activist who uses her position in STEM to fight
for trans* rights and representation. As the world’s doors close due to the
pandemic and her mental health declines, her heart opens to the truth of her
womanhood. She embarks on a journey of self-acceptance and turns to art-asactivism to inspire others. Join filmmaker Léa Luiz de Oliveira and performer
Callie Rose Petal (lonely carp) for an intimate screening followed by a Q&A on
documentary filmmaking, queerness, and ethics, hosted by Kima Zake.

Content Warnings

Loud noises, topics of mental health, queerphobia, transphobia and violence.

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Details

Event Type

Film

Location

Cinema

Time

4:00pm — 5:30pm

Doors open: 3:55pm

Time

Ages

18+

Ticketing

Tickets: Donation - pay-as-you-can

Accessibility

English subtitling

Wheelchair accessible

Quiet room available

Tickets no longer available