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LGBT Hate Crime Victim Support Workshops Michael Causer, from Whiston, Merseyside, died on 2nd August 2008 aged just 18 after being brutally assaulted and left for dead. Michael was attacked because he was gay. The murdered teenager’s parents set up the Michael Causer Foundation in 2009 to provide...
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A SEASON of ground breaking films, organised by Manchester Metropolitan University, will celebrate LGBT cinema next month. Seeing Queerly: A Season of LGBT Cinema has been organised to coincide with LGBT History Month, with support from Film Hub NWC, Queer Contact and Macdonald Hotels & Resorts...
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How much do we love The Light in New Brighton and Picturehouse@FACT in Liverpool? Both cinemas are committed to showing LGBT film with us again continuing two great partnerships and bringing brilliant new cinema to Merseyside. We hope you’ll join us for our next two films, 52 Tuesdays at FACT and...
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Over the next few days, we'll be blogging about Homotopia as there is so much great content in this year's festival. As we are such film buffs here at Pride, we'll start with the movies. Force/Collision bring their theatre production JARMAN (All this Maddening Beauty) to the Unity on 4 & 5...
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As we're screening the wonderful The Way He Looks as our October film at Picturehouse@FACT, here's an interview with Director Danile Ribeiro on his motivations for making the film and how he has approached it's themes. The movie won the much coveted Teddy Award at this year's Berlin Film Festival...
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