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Watch four films by young queer artists right here on our website

 

We’ve really enjoyed watching the four films from Roma Havers, mandla rae, Mark Croasdale and Adam Ali and we know how much you have as well. We also know that some of you didn’t get the chance to watch on the night, or would love to catch them again.

So, we’re delighted to announce that these films can be watched again from our website right now!

If you bought a ticket to watch these films live at Queer Contact Festival 2021, you can log in via page links below (or through the original livestream link in your pre-show email) and watch right away.

If you weren’t at the film premiere, you can purchase access to these films individually below.

 

Roma Havers – LOB

LOB is a tennis and poetry bonanza about moving through sporting spaces as a queer body, written and performed by Roma Havers.

Film duration: 46 minutes
Available to watch until: Friday 4 June 2021

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mandla rae – as british as a watermelon

mandla rae has a selective memory and they are scrambling to piece together their life. as british as a watermelon questions what it means to belong through exploring mandla’s fragmented asylum and migration memories.

Told through an unflinching autofiction narrative, weaving poetry and storytelling with destruction and colourful chaos, you are invited to join mandla as they rise from the dead and reclaim their misplaced power.

Film duration: 28 minutes
Available to watch until: Tuesday 11 May 2021

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Mark Croasdale – Spilling The Tea

Spilling the Tea is a guide to being seen and a lesson in disappearing. It’s an intimate yet explosive performance about coming out, fitting in and finding ways to belong.

When the make-up starts to crack, the magic fades and the world around you seems too complex, do you ever just want to escape?

Film duration: 47 minutes
Available to watch until: Friday 4 June 2021

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Adam Ali – Hamoody

Mahmood (Hamoody) has shackled himself to a life of shame and isolation, fixated on sin. But with University days away, the pressure proves unbearable and he must finally come face to face with a force he has long feared.

Film duration: 7 minutes
Available to watch until: Friday 4 June 2021

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