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Queer Dreams: Programme Pass
Sat, February 11, 2017, 7:30 PM – 10:30 PM GMT
FILM AT FABRICA: QUEER DREAMS
February - April 2017
Queer Dreams is a mini-season of queer film presented by Dreamland Cinema & Eyes Wide Open Cinema at Fabrica in Brighton
Saturday 11 February: MY OWN PRIVATE IDAHO (Gus Van Sant / 1991 / 102 mins)
Wednesday 15 March: ORLANDO (Sally Potter / 1992 / 93 minutes)
Friday 21 April: ALI: FEAR EATS THE SOUL (Rainer Werner Fassbinder / 1974 / 93 mins)
Queer Dreams is a collaboration between Eyes Wide Open and Dreamland Cinema at Fabrica, Brighton’s centre for contemporary art. Over the course of three months, we’ll be marrying Eyes Wide Open’s investment in the work and representations of gender and sexual minorities on film with Dreamland’s commitment to screening visually-phantasmagoric classics that deserve to be watched on the big screen.
This series, running from February to April 2017, explores gender, identity, sexual prohibitions and forbidden desire. We’ll sleep next to androgynous courtiers. We’ll meet a drag Queen Elizabeth and a narcoleptic hustler. We’ll slow-dance to a jukebox bathed in the red light of a dive bar. We’ll love across centuries, amongst gossipy neighbours, and, of course, in dreams.
Doors & Bar 7.30pm, event starts 8pm.
Tickets: £6 full / £3 concession per film or £15 full / £8 conc. programme pass
Tickets also can be bought in cash from Fabrica, 40 Duke Street, Brighton, BN1 1AG. (01273) 778 646