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Friday 10th September 2021

IMAGING HUES - Short Film Programme - PIFF 2021

— Bricks
Binary colours have blinded you. Read me, in shades of white, pink, black and blue. Let me sing you my darkest tune.
price: Headfirst Tickets


DURATION: 67 minutes,

Imaging Hues is a compilation of historical dues of the present future where politics intersect with the plurality of being. Binary colours have blinded you. Read me, in shades of white, pink, black and blue. Let me sing you my darkest tune.

D: Michelle Williams Gamaker
How is Sabu treated and thought of in a way analogous to the animals with whom he appears...

D: Sharlene Babmoat
An examination of popular culture, politics, censorship and the cinema industry in Pakistan during the 1980s and 1990s.

D: Abdullah Qureshi
A poetic and experimental exploration of queerness from a Muslim perspective, drawing upon Sufi traditions of interpreting Islamic sacred texts, where love and equality are celebrated.

D: Tanoa Sasraku-Ansah
Employing the narrative of Pierrot the Clown and the quest for British identity from a lesbian, mixed-race, British perspective.

All tickets to both our physical and online screenings are available through Headfirst via our website, or at the Bricks Bristol Box Office during the film festival. Tickets for most events are on a sliding scale of £2, £4, £6 or £8. Choose what to pay based on your circumstances. We ask that you be honest with yourself about your financial situation. This allows us to provide financial flexibility to those who need it most and makes PIFF affordable to more people alongside sustaining the festival and supporting queer filmmakers. If you have any questions about what you should pay, please get in touch via info@palacefilmfest.org or ask one of our volunteers on the day. Free tickets are available too, just email / message us and there will be no questions asked.

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• I may have some debt but it does not prohibit attainment of basic needs.
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• I am able to buy some new items and I buy others second hand.
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*BASIC NEEDS include food, housing, clothing and transportation.
**EXPENDABLE INCOME might mean you are able to buy coffee or tea at a shop, go to the cinema or a concert, buy new clothes, books and similar items each month, etc.

The Palace International Film Festival, Bristol’s annual LGBTQIA+ cinematic event, happening 8th – 12th September at Bricks in St Anne’s, will be showcasing 100+ queer shorts, feature films, performances, workshops, virtual reality and a film archive exhibition!


All events and screenings will take place at our new home, Bricks Bristol, located at St Anne's House.

Getting to Bricks:
- No. 36 Bus runs from Bristol City Centre to our front door every 30 minutes. First Bus 36 Timetable
- 20-minute walk from Lawrence Hill train station (via Feeder Road)
- 8-minute cycle ride from Bristol Temple Meads station (via Feeder Road). Get to BTM by Ferry, Bus or Train.
- Car park access, though active travel is encouraged where possible.



- The film festival will be fully accessible.
- There is an accessible toilet on the ground floor.
- To discuss any access requirements/ check set up or opening time questions email stannes@bricksbristol.org or phone 07709 264 201.


If you have purchased an online ticket, we will also be screening our short programme & Q&A's across The Cube Player portal. The details will be sent via an online ticket link.

Find out more about The Palace International Film Festival from our website: www.palacefilmfest.org

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IMAGING HUES - Short Film Programme - PIFF 2021 at Bricks in Bristol
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