Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest 2021
On sale to Members Wednesday 6 October, 10am
On general sale Thursday 7 October, 10am
This brilliant trio of films celebrates queer voices and brings together a typically eclectic film offering, including comedy, drama, animation and documentary.
With a feature documentary about the pioneering choreographer, dancer and activist Alvin Ailey from director Jamila Wignot; a dark comedy set in the USSR about a mother and son escaping to America; and a tender drama about a young trans girl skater, who has to deal with a sudden change to her life.
Fringe! Lola and the Sea + All Those Sensations In My Belly
Mya Bollaers makes her stunning acting debut in this tender tale of a captivating young trans girl skater, Lola, who is struck by the sudden loss of her mother at a pivotal moment in her life.
Fringe! Potato Dreams of America
Writer/director Wes Hurley's autobiographical dark comedy begins life in a beautifully staged and lit USSR.
Fringe! Ailey (12A) + Extended Introduction
Filmmaker Jamila Wignot employs beautiful archive footage that not only captures the unique impact and imagination of Alvin Ailey’s work, but the social context that inspired his thinking and growth.