Scottish Queer International Film Festival (SQIFF) is bringing an inclusive selection of LGBTQ+ short films from around the world to Ayr on Sunday 24th February.
Headlining the programme is VISIBLE, created by Campbell X and Kayza Rose, who explore QTIPOC (queer, trans, and intersex people of colour) histories, challenging mainstream perceptions and sanitisation of legacies, and celebrating complexity, multiplicity, myths, gossip, and legends. Also featuring the winner of Best Short Film at the 2018 Scottish BAFTAs, My Loneliness is Killing Me, by local producer, Siobhan Fahey.
We are pleased director of VISIBLE, Campbell X, and producer of My Loneliness is Killing Me, Siobhan Fahey, will join us after the films for a Q&A.
The event takes place at Ayr Town Hall Sunday 24th February, 6.30pm. This is a free, unticketed event. Just come along on the night - all welcome.
Supported by Film Hub Scotland, part of the BFI's Film Audience Network.