Saturday 29 February, 1.30pm (film duration: 85 minutes), £3.50
To mark LGBT History Month, we are screening this moving collection of films dating from 1909-1994. Documenting a century of profound change, it includes some of the earliest representations of LGBT people on screen, and features collective public activism and the fight for equal rights as well as more personal experiences. A selection of relevant original material from The Keep’s archives will be on display from 1pm on the day of the screening.
This film contains a sequence of flashing lights which might affect customers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.
This screening is made possible by BFI's Film Audience Network, with the support of The National Lottery.
This event will be at The Keep. To book visit The Keep's event page.