Being Ruby Rich: A Room of Our Own Shorts programme (18*)+ Panel discussion
23 June 2017
’s ‘queer subjects’ live outside the logic of capital accumulation, awake during the hours when others sleep in the spaces (physical, metaphysical, economic) that have been abandoned. This short film programme travels the paralleling histories and contemporary moment in the UK and US to explore the precarity of intersectional queer feminist subject, space and community.
+ panel discussion with Laura Hudson
(artist, curator, lapsed filmmaker); Ben Walters
(writer, campaigner), Liv Wynter
(Sisters Uncut; WHEREISANAMENDIETA), and chaired by Claire Kurylowski
ThrillerUK 1979 Dir Sally Potter 34min
Sex, Lies, ReligionUK 1994 Dir Annette Kennerley 7min
Sticks and Stones: Bambi LakeUS 2014 Dir Silas Howard 14min
Lucid Noon, Sunset BlushUS 2015 Alli Logout 32minTotal running time approximately 90 min
A Club des Femmes and Barbican collaboration, in association with Birkbeck, University of London.
supported by Film Hub London
, managed by Film London. Proud to be a
partner of the BFI Film Audience Network, funded by the National