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LGBT History Month

QFT, in partnership with The Rainbow Project, presents a season of films to coincide with LGBT History Month. The Rainbow Project is a health organisation that works to improve the physical, mental & emotional health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender people in Northern Ireland. Visit rainbow-project.org for more information. Special thanks to Film Hub NI, PRISM, Queen’s University Students’ Union, Prospect, and Outburst Queer Arts Festival.

Of Love & Law

We are delighted to welcome director Hikaru Toda to QFT for this screening. Hikaru Toda’s involving documentary reveals the hidden side of Japanese society, highlighting the diverse human-rights work done by the country’s first LGBT law firm.
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Edward II

Derek Jarman offers a postmodern take on Christopher Marlowe’s Elizabethan drama in this iconic New Queer Cinema classic.
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The Heiresses

The bond of a longtime lesbian couple is tested when one is sent to prison for debt and the other rediscovers her passions while chauffeuring wealthier older ladies in this Berlinale Silver Bear-winning drama from Paraguay.
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Everybody's Talking About Jamie

Inspired by a true story, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is the new award-winning five-star hit musical for today.
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1985

In 1985, President Ronald Reagan publicly acknowledged AIDS for the first time, after more than 5,000 people in the United States, mostly gay men, had already been killed by the disease. It is during this milestone year that director Yen Tan sets his fifth feature film, assembling an outstanding cast to bring his critically-observed period piece to life.
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Screen/Print: Call Me By Your Name

The Naughton Gallery presents Call Me By Your Name as part of its SCREEN/PRINT series in collaboration with UsFolk, featuring a Q&A and free posters by illustrator Mel Carroll.
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