Brighton Rocks International Film Festival are hosting a ‘One Night Stand’ Screening event showcasing incredible LGBTQIA+ pioneers through 3 documentaries by local filmmakers with live Q&A.
Brighton Rocks International Film Festival are thrilled to be hosting the next episode in their ‘One Night Stand’ series with the screening of ‘One For The Books: The Maupin Marathon’ by Rose Collis – a heart warming, humorous, uplifting and powerful piece of documentary story-telling revealing many historic episodes that have been hidden or forgotten followed by an exclusive director Q&A with the award winning filmmaker.
The screening will also include the documentary ‘Bending the Note: The Story of Siren’ by Deborah Espect which showcases the story of 4 inspiring women who formed a pioneering lesbian, feminist punk band and theatre company in Brighton in the 1980’s ‘Party Bag’ by Screen and Film School Brighton student Ethne Leaver following the inspiring duo Dick Day and Ophelia Payne – a couple of Brighton’s fabulous drag performers who walk us through the preparation for their latest show Freaky Friday.
Hosted by Latest Music Bar in the heart of Brighton the evening will kick off at 7pm with plenty of time for networking, screenings, Q&A’s and a cheeky drink at the bar!
WHEN: Wednesday October 4th
WHERE: Latest Music Bar, 14-17 Manchester St, Kemptown, Brighton and Hove, Brighton BN2 1TF
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