A young woman seeking her biological mother journeys into dangerous territory in this gripping psychological thriller.
Motherhood, friendship and the struggles of pursuing a career collide in this charming, comedic debut feature from Greta Bellamacina, filmed in Margate.
From the young minds who defy the church, to the runaways and the dis-believers, these films playfully rebel against expectation with a hint of magic, mischief and mystery.
From surrealist mobs and missionaries to heartfelt memories, this collection of short films celebrates the wild imaginations of Kent filmmakers.
A celebration of bold, unique identities and personalities from queer filmmakers across the world, exploring what it means to be truly oneself.
A devilishly funny documentary that blends improbable imagery, self-awareness and religious provocation with a genuine sense of political purpose.
One trans man’s pioneering quest to fulfil an age-old desire: to start his own family. The is the story of the dad who gave birth.
When a neofascist politician puts immigrants into a ghetto, his adopted son helps the brutally oppressed people fight back. + Director Q&A
Banned in it’s own country, ‘Rafiki’ is an unforgettable highlight of African queer cinema, filled to the brim with rebellion, colour and love.