For the sixth year running, Trans Pride Brighton have teamed up with My Genderation and Eyes Wide Open Cinema to present Trans Pride Film Night.
Happening at The Duke of York’s (Picturehouse) cinema in Brighton on Friday 20th July, this will be a curated night of short films from all around the world featuring trans and non-binary characters and storylines.
The films are fully subtitled (captioned) and there will be a BSL interpreter present.
There will be a Q&A with the film makers and curators after the show.
A set number of tickets will be available to buy at the venue on the night, however, we recommend buying online in advance from Brown Paper Tickets, here.
Doors will open at 6pm, with the evening’s events beginning at 6.30pm.
Concession rate is for people who are unwaged, people in receipt of benefits, and people who are under the age of 18.
If you’d like to attend but are unable to afford tickets, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can add you to our limited free allocation (subject to availability).
The venue has step-free access downstairs and there are 8 removable seats for wheelchair users (please select the wheelchair ticket option when buying online)
There will be gender-neutral toilets.
This event will have a 12A rating, and content notes for each film will be provided in the programme notes.
For up-to-date information on the programme, head over to the Eyes Wide Open page here.