Game On: Queer Disruptions in Sport screening plus Q&A

game on queer disruption in sport
Q & A 12 October, 2020 – 6 p.m.

Free event

Game on: Queer Disruptions in Sport is a documentary which shines a light on the experiences of those with diverse identities within grassroots sport. The film features the stories of gay runners Csaba and Benjamin from Hungary; Natalie, a Scottish lesbian boxer; Pol, an intersex rower from Bulgaria, and a German trans woman footballer called Jessi.
Book a ticket now to join us for a live Q&A with the film’s director Maria Takacs, protagonists from the film, and LEAP Sports.
Presented in partnership with LEAP Sports Scotland, promoting LGBTI participation and ending LGBTI-phobia in sport.
The Q&A is a free event taking place on Zoom. Also streaming  Q&A live to Facebook. To book, click the link above. You can book a ticket up to one hour before the start time. Zoom link for the event will be sent to ticket holders beforehand.

30 #QueerFilms and shorts on Vimeo on Demand, which you can watch until 18 October. All available to rent on a sliding scale, from free to £8. Don’t miss out!

Image description: A white woman with dark hair tied-up, a black vest, black bra visible, and black boxing gloves leans with her head down on a beam in front of a boxing ring.

The event has BSL interpretation and live captioning.
The event is 45 minutes long.
There is a limited access fund to assist people with no or limited internet access to attend the Festival. If you would like to take this up, please contact [email protected]
If you have any questions about accessibility at SQIFF 2020, please contact [email protected]
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