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Friday 17 February
All orders will be subject to a fee of £1.50 except if your tickets are free or if you are a member
ABOUT THE Q&A
Rich Mix is ecstatic about the success that Barry Jenkins' Moonlight is experiencing, but we still feel that British LGBT+ voices are not being heard enough. For that reason, we've created a panel for local LGBT film professionals to discuss their own experiences and what the movie means to them.
Chaired by LGBT commentator Chardine Taylor-Stone, the panel will include out filmmaker Topher Campbell who's own work explores sexuality and race, and Grace Barber-Plentie, a programmer behind Reel Good Film Club and a freelance writer for outlets such as Media Diversified, gal-dem and the BFI.
A big thank you to Nonchalant London for supporting this Q&A. If you're interested in LGBT lifestyle this is the website to visit!
TELL ME MORE (DON’T WORRY, NO SPOILERS)
A young African American called Chiron (Ashton Sanders) struggles to make sense of his identity and sexuality as he grows up in a troubled Miami community that has zero tolerance for homosexuality. Brutally bullied at school, and receiving a mixed upbringing at home, Chiron turns to a local drug dealer as he builds an increasingly toxic masculinity to combat these oppressive forces. Drawing on Tarell Alvin McCraney’s deeply personal play, Barry Jenkins’ adaptation has already won the Golden Globes award for Best Drama and is being hailed by critics as “a thrilling, deeply necessary” cinematic piece.
Things you need to know:
If you choose an e-ticket when booking, the barcode on your smart phone is a ticket. Don't queue at Ground Floor Box Office, just follow the red line on the floor all the way to the cinema!
- If you don't have a smartphone, collect your ticket at Box Office or print your e-ticket and bring it with you
- There will be minimum of 15 minutes of trailers before the film begins
This event is not wheelchair accessible.