Fringe! is a film and arts festival rooted in London’s queer creative scene and welcoming everyone. We’re not-for-profit and run by a team of passionate volunteers.
From feature films to experimental art, workshops to lectures and parties, Fringe! Fest 2013 will be hosting over 50 diverse events to tickle every one of the senses. With our signature blend of eye opening movies, DIY and experimental work, the thoughtful, the provocative and the strange, we’ll be packing out cinemas, art galleries, pop-up venues and basement clubs.
SATURDAY 13TH APRIL
2pm – Ryan Powell: Nine Queer Trances
A combined lecture and screening exploring a range of films where queer desire has been articulated through the representation of trance states.
3.45pm – Queer Eye: Fashion Films
A selection of short fashion films that highlights the ways in which such works can invite queer readings and interpretations.
5pm – Viral
Evan Romero looks at the representation of HIV & AIDS in music videos over the last 20 years.
7.15pm – Bruce LaBruce’s Fringe! Fest Finger Fuck
Exclusively for Fringe!, director Bruce La Bruce presents his 34 favourite YouTube videos in one eye-popping supercut.
8.45pm – One Zero One: The Story of Cybersissy and BayBjane (World Premiere)
A visually stunning docu-tale capturing the fascinating lives of two unusual nightclub performers, schizophrenic Antoine and multi-disabled Mourad. Followed by a Q&A with director Tim Lienhard.
SUNDAY 14TH APRIL
2pm – Shorts: Power Queers
From Brazilian babes who take no prisoners, backstabbing bank robbers, and some synchronized swimmers who demand respect.
3.30pm – Bob Mizer: The Really Way Out West – Bob Mizer and the Athletic Model Guild
Billy Miller of the Bob Mizer Foundation on the artist’s early works, from GoGo Steve & Eddie, to Jealous Cowboy.
5.30pm – Resilience
Evan Romero presents a retrospective of the best queer-themed music videos of the last thirty years.
8pm – And You Belong
A visual and musical rocket ride through the queer music underground, telling the story of two-girl electro hiphop act Scream Club and their international network of friends Followed by a Q&A with director Julia Ostertag.
For more information on Fringe! visit www.fringefilmfest.com
There are two cashpoints very close to the theatre – one inside the Co-operative Market in Dalston Lane, directly next to Dalston Junction Overground Station and the other is Barclays Bank in Kingsland Road, just a few feet north of Dalston Junction intersection.
All other events are free, but a ticket will be required