Peccadillo Pictures is doing their bit to get us all through this time of social distancing with their Sofa Club – made up of great queer films and insightful YouTube Q&As. As they say, “You may be distant, but let’s get social”. This week it’s time for The Queer Review favourite, End of the Century and a Q&A session with the film’s writer and director Lucio Castro.
It’s easy to join in, just watch the excellent End of the Century (available on Peccadillo Player / Vimeo, Curzon Home Cinema, Amazon UK, iTunes, BFI Player and Amazon Prime US) before 7pm GMT on Thursday 9th April, and submit your questions for Castro via social media using #PeccadilloSofaClub before the Q&A at 8.45pm GMT. Then sit back and enjoy!
If you’re planning to join in from countries outside of the UK please be aware of the local time difference.
And come back next Thursday for the next Sofa Club session with the award-winning And Then We Danced (released digitally on April 13) featuring a Q&A with director Levain Akin. You can check out last week’s Q&A with Are You Proud? director Ashley Joiner as well.
Get more info on End of the Century at the Peccadillo Pictures website and be sure to follow their social channels to submit questions and more.
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