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Fringe! Shorts: Part Two, What Just Happened?
Sunday, April 15, 2012 from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM (BST)
London, United Kingdom
Fringe! Shorts: Part Two What Just Happened? (54min)
Dark, playful, neurotic, confident, flirty or at a loss – these shorts delve under the surface of relationships with ourselves and others.
Head right to the top of the very top of the Hackney Picture house, to THE ATTIC for this screening,
Breaking up is Hard to Do / Dir. Hannah Beadman / 2012 / 11min
A resonant experimental work through the experience of memory, shock, anxiety and vague reconstruction. Allusion to Melodrama, as a traditionally queer-appropriated genre, is a manageable sentimental site through which to express these feelings.
Kate Bornstein is a Queer and Pleasant Danger/ Dir. Sam Feder / 2012 / 15min
A creative portrait of remarkable figure Kate Bornstein whose life has been a journey as a shape shifter, gender theorist, and means of surviving great depression while engaging with nature of art, community, being queer and transgender.
(also screens with Riot Acts on Friday 13th April, Hackney Picturehouse)
Heiko / Dir. David Bonneville / 2008 / 13min
A very specific fetishistic relationship between an older and younger man is taken to extremes.
Cheap Philosophy / Dir. Ruth Novaczek / 1992 / 15min
Esther Kahn, the filmmaker’s alter ego, plays Blanche Dubois, Stanley Kowalski, and many others as she battles with herself with the madness of a jealous lover with a voice of isolation, political hopelessness, and a backlash against long years of lesbian political debate that has excluded the Jew, the drama-queen, the depressive, the diva and the romantic tragic figure.
When & Where
Fringe! Film Fest
It’s back, Fringe! Film Fest east London’s annual queer film and arts festival returns this April for a third outing with its biggest, most strapping programme of film, art, performance and parties yet.
With enhanced screenings, world premieres, queer classics and cult rarities, Fringe! continues to mix great film with high-energy creative events, art happenings, oddball performance, discussion and debate – and upbeat after parties – at iconic venues all over east London.
For more details on the festival head to www.fringefilmfest.com