Writer Clara Bradbury-Rance will be at London’s BFI on Monday 15th July to talk about her new book Lesbian Cinema after Queer Theory (Edinburgh University Press).
This BFI event will explore the questions ‘How do we define lesbian cinema in the 21st century? How can sexuality be made visible? Touching on films such as Water Lilies, Carol, Rafiki and The Favourite, this event will explore how the unprecedented increase in lesbian representation provokes new questions about visual form, sexual identity and the representation of desire.’
The details: New Writings: Lesbian Cinema After Queer Theory with Clara Bradbury-Rance at BFI Southbank, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XT. Tickets £6.50. Total runtime 80mins. For more information and to purchase tickets head to the BFI website.