First Official Queensland Screening: Tangerine

First Official Queensland Screening: Tangerine

WeΒ are STOKED to present our latest venture: a feminist + queer film discussion podcast called Screen Queens! To coincide with this we’ve started a bimonthly movie night in collaboration with Palace Cinema, The Barracks and Brisbane Film Collective.

First up is Tangerine! And it’s only $12 pre-booked or $15 on the door. Buy tickets via our online store.

The Facebook event page is here.

This will be the first ever Queensland screening of the film, and a bunch of us will be hanging out at Palace before and after the 7pm screening time so come along and say hello! πŸ˜€

More about Tangerine:

β€œOut here it is all about our hustle. And that’s it”

Sean Baker’s Tangerine is bold, hilarious, and brutally honest. Shot entirely on an iPhone 5, this film is groundbreaking, not just from a technical perspective, but also in the themes and issues it explores. Tangerine follows two transgender sex workers, Sin-Dee and Alexandra, on their quest to track down Sin-Dee’s cheating boyfriend. It’s also an incredibly original and wonderfully refreshing look into the lives of trans women of colour and trans sex workers, and the film never loses its gorgeous electricity, even in the most poignant moments. Featuring striking debut performances from trans actresses Kitana Kiki Rodriquez and Mya Taylor, Tangerine is a film well on its way to achieving cult status.

 

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