QAFF2022 – Survival: ‘old/young forbidden years’

‘old/young forbidden years’
17 June (Friday) | 15:00-17:00 BST | Oxford | BOOK TICKETS HERE
25 June (Saturday) | 13:30-15:00 BST | London | BOOK TICKETS HERE

Today, lesbian and, especially, gay identity are increasingly co-opted by capitalist institutions, eroding their radical potential. For many, these labels are now synonymous with a privileged, English-speaking, white, urban consumer in their twenties or early thirties. This selection invites you to imagine what lies beyond these narrow and exclusionary boundaries by screening the lives of queer people, who are rendered invisible in mainstream culture due to their age.

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Content warnings: please note
Underage (content warning: images of underage sex workers)

Our programming at ‘Queer’ Asia aims to bring in a range of conversations and issues in an interregional Asian exchange, so we encourage our audiences to attend the each event screening with a view to watching the full programme.

Please note some films have alternative text available for accessibility purposes; please email to request these. We apologise that not all films have alternative text available (based on filmmakers’ access to resources to allow for this).

All of our venues are accessible: information can be found on venue webpages linked below to each venue. Please see this page for venue details.