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CCDF17 - LGBT Documentaries
Sat 6 May 2017, 17:20 – 18:20 BST
Cheap Cuts brings three great documentaries, highlighting stories from the LGBT community.
Hattie Goes Cruising
Konstantin Bock | USA | 18 mins | 2015
While rifling through his collection of dirty photos of horse-hung tricks, Hattie shares his vivid memories, insights, and practical advice for picking up guys, how to deal with difficult tricks and more. We also learn about the 35-year-long relationship between Hattie and his partner Allen, who never put the kibosh on Hattie's cruising habits.
Pink Spring in the Kremlin
Mario De La Torre | Spain & Russia | 19 mins | 2015 *UK PREMIERE*
Russian with English Subtitles
1917: Homosexuality is decriminalized in Russia. 1933. Homosexuality becomes a crime again. 1993: Homosexuality is legalized again. 2013: Vladimir Putin supports new legal measures which discriminate against and harass the LGBT population.
The Art of my Scars + Q&A
James Land | UK | 10 mins | 2016 *WORLD PREMIERE*
English with English Subtitles
Following transgender man Kay Jane Browning from rural Devon, UK - chronicling his transition to man via his relationship with the art forms that he has used to express himself throughout.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
No entry ID needed but ID may be required at the bar to purchase alcohol. Children are welcome, but some films may feature adult themes - ask if concerned.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Disabled bay parking available outside venue, otherwise parking is limited. We are very close to Kennington and Elephant & Castle stations, plus many bus routes.
What can I bring into the event?
Friends and good vibes. Please do not bring your own food or drink as both are available at the bar and cafe.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Call us on 020 3302 9542, email us at email@example.com or find us on Twitter or Facebook. Please do ask if you have any questions!