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Fire & Flood: Queer Resilience in the Era of Climate Change – Screening

About this Event

Brought to you by Lilith Archive and Shado Magazine.

Fire and Flood is a community-driven production exploring the effects of climate-based disasters on LGBTQI+ communities, from the Queer Ecojustice Project.

Register for FREE tickets HERE

The film focuses on the lives and the experiences of the LGBTQI+ people who survived the devastating effects of the 2017 Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, and the fires of Santa Rosa, California. Offering a perspective often missed by mainstream film and media, Fire and Flood is an inspirational tale of community, hope, empowerment, mobilisation, and queer and trans resilience.

This is an online event and the screening will begin at 6 pm GMT on Thursday 4th of February.

Further details to be emailed following registration.

This is a “sneak peak” of the film while it is still in the production process, this screening provides funds to support the queer ecojustice project to continue their work.

The Queer Eco Project is currently accepting donations to fund further filming. To donate go to: https://opencollective.com/firefloodfilmfund .

Filmmaker – Vanessa Raditz

Lead Production Assistant – Zephyr Elise

Music Production – Shea Freedom

Lilith Archive is a DIY digital film archive platforming the brilliant diversity of global woman and non-binary filmmakers and visual artists on nature.

Shado is a multimedia platform driving change at the intersection of arts, activism and academia.

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