Pride at the Pictures

Film programme


Pride at the Pictures works to show great films from all around the world working with our supporters Picturehouse@FACT and Unison North West LGBT Group .

We also link up with other great partners like Brazilica and Empty Spaces Cinema to ensure the best in new and classic LGBT+ cinema can be seen in Liverpool City Region, creating a chance to see the films in a social setting with like minded people.

Our films are chosen by our group of Pride at the Pictures volunteers and we aim to show a truly diverse and exciting programme that will provoke debate and entertain in equal measure. We're at every screening so you can come and talk to us about the films you've seen and would like to see.

monday 29 OCTOber: WHITE RABBIT


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Director: Daryl Wein 
Film Duration: 71 min with added Q & A event following immediately

Funny with a wry twist or two, White Rabbit looks at comedy and identity, love and social disaster, starring Vivian Bang as a performance artist on the edge and Nana Ghana as the intriguing photographer whose paths she keeps crossing.

We'll have special guests performer and writer Ashleigh Owen, Bido Lito Features Editor Niloo Sharifi and film producer Joy Gharoro-Akpojotor to lead a panel discussing the film and hear your points of view. 

Part of Queer Film Network's tour "Gay as in Hysterically Funny", this is a chance to debate whether comedy can help us discuss and disarm some of the toxic present day politics about identity .

QFN is a strategic Film Hub Wales project and the event is part of the BFI Comedy Genius nationwide season supported by funds from the National Lottery, led by Film Hub Midlands on behalf of the BFI UK Film Audience Network

The screening will be supported with captions for D/deaf and Hard of Hearing audiences and there will be a BSL interpreter for the discussion.

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