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The LGBT+ History Month 2023 Film Festival at the Cinema Museum London

For LGBT+ History Month, we are delighted to be working with Rainer Schulze and The Cinema Museum to host five evenings of films by LGBT+ filmmakers. Tickets are available via the button above and cost £8. Each evening will start at 7pm with a short intro, followed by the film(s) plus Q/A and discussion with the filmmakers and time for networking, closing by around 10pm. These films are only suitable for those over the age of 18.

Thank you to Rainer Schulze, Professor of Modern European History, for curating this series.

9th FebruaryIt Is Not the Homosexual Who Is Perverse, But the Society in Which He Lives (German: Nicht der Homosexuelle ist pervers, sondern die Situation, in der er lebt) (1971) – the film by Rosa von Praunheim that kickstarted the (West) German gay liberation movement
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16th FebruaryAn Evening of Shorts by Rosie Adamson-Clark, London
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23rd FebruaryA Woman Is A Woman, a film by transgender filmmaker Mimi Wong, Hongkong
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2nd MarchAn Evening of Shorts by Krissy Mahan, New York
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8th JuneDance Me to The End of Time, a film by Melanie Chait, South Africa