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SQIFF | Sad Girl Cinema: Therapy
Saturday, September 30 @ 16:30 - 18:30
Sad Girl Cinema (SGC) is an ongoing documentary film project exploring mental health narratives in screen culture created by queer writers Claire Biddles and Bethany Rose Lamont and designed by Maggie Webster. Sorted into three themes: therapy, the mental health ward, and tortured geniuses and tragic muses, SGC navigates a whole bunch of pop cultural clichés in film, television, and music videos. For SQIFF, SGC presents a selection of clips exploring these themes through a queer lens, plus a first look at the documentary and a panel discussion on the intersection of mental health and LGBTQ+ identity on screen.
Content note: discussion and depiction of mental health issues and therapy.
In partnership with SQIFF.
ACCESS: Level access at entrance of CCA with lift up to first floor for Theatre space. Accessible toilets available. English language with English captions. BSL interpretation for discussion. Hearing loop.
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