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Carry on Screaming: Orlando, My Political Biography (12A)

  • 1h 39m


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  • Duration 1h 39m
  • Type Film

Please note: No baby, no entry!

Our Carry On Screaming films are every Friday morning. They allow parents or carers with a child under one to see a film without having to worry about causing a disturbance, and with adjustments to the cinema environment to make it as convenient and comfortable as possible. It’s free entry for babies, but please be aware: no baby, no entry.

Further screenings are available for those without babies. See below for related screenings and events.

France | 2023 | 99’ | 12A | French and English with English subtitles | Paul B Preciado

Blurring the lines between reality and fiction, this is a fascinating documentary by trans writer Paul B Preciado, a leading figure in the study of gender and body politics. A playful, moving, cinematic love letter that expands Virginia Woolf’s novel Orlando: A Biography, in which the protagonist changes gender midway through the story to become a 36-year-old woman. A highly accessible film that invites us to look at 26 trans and non-binary people aged 8 to 70 embodying the character Orlando and showing that she has emerged from fiction to live a rich life she could never have imagined.

A fascinating documentary looking at Virginia Woolf’s iconic character.

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Please note: No baby, no entry!


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