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Queer Media Festival 2019

6th Queer Media Festival - Evolving queer storytelling in digital

Friday 1st to Saturday 2nd November 2019 at HOMEmcr, Manchester

Mark the 40th anniversary of the first episode of Change of Sex, as a homage to transgender former owner of Manchester's Hollywood Showbar, and subject of the ground breaking BBC series, Julia Grant, who passed away this year, with the festival’s screening of two episodes from the archive

Celebrate the 20th anniversary of Gimme, Gimme, Gimme and Queer As Folk at a drag hosted event cinema screening at HOME arts centre in Manchester

Discover phenomenal queer creativity in visual storytelling with a screening of eleven award winning animations

Discover how you can become an innovative storyteller through celebrating your geek and trans identity

Organisers of the Queer Media Festival have announced details of their sixth festival to be held over two days with award winning animations, documentaries on trans history, geeks and gaming, retro TV screenings and drag performances at HOME arts centre, Manchester, England. 

Jamie Starboisky, Queer Media’s Festival Director, commented:

“This year’s festival aims to evolve queer narratives, either through re-examining the past with new perspectives or looking to the future using new platforms to tell queer stories”

Events at HOME arts centre, 2 Tony Wilson Place, Manchester M15 4FN

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