Get To Know on 24th April features curated Queer shorts in response to the inhumane treatment of LGBTQs in Brunei. The last Wednesday of each month TIC Film holds an inclusive, welcoming event for Queers, Binaries and everyone else.
This drop in club is an opportunity to meet exciting guests and highlights the fascinating work tonight’s guest Lata Upadhyaya is creating locally. It is the chance to make new friends as well as catch up with old friends. After guest presentations and screen clips, it will be the time to mingle and socialise.
from Assam is a visual artist that specialises in contemporary sculpture. She completed her Masters in Fine Art in both India and the Slade School of Art, London. Lata’s work reflects her own life, the experience of migrating from East to West and a sense of re-familiarisation with her origins in India. A key local activist she has established an artists’ community in South Essex from her studio at Acme, High House Production Park.
curates a selection of short films which are particularly pertinent in light of the recent introduction of extreme inhumane punishment for LGBTIQ people in Brunei. Professor Emeritus of the University of Essex, he is the programmer of Tales From The Margins, presenting films about LGBTIQ rights and the situation of LGBTIQ people from around the world, shown on Latest TV Brighton.
TIC FILM FESTIVAL
Once a year, we have TIC Film Festival in September. We welcome suggestions of films that you would like to see screened at the Festival. We particularly like to programme less well-known films or those banned in their countries of origin, many of which are international or made by British diverse filmmakers. Audiences will have the opportunity to partake in planned panel Discussions around themes explored in these films.