Free Pride x Rebel Dykes History Project Film Screening

August 6, 2021 8:30 PM

8.30 - 10PM

About this event:

Curated by Siobhan Fahey of Rebel Dykes fame, we’re excited to screen a selection of shorts films exploring LGBTQ history and culture.

Siobhan is a Glasgow based Queer Film Producer with a long herstory of activism and art. She loves to work with communities running interactive events based on the Rebel Dykes archive.

Come along for a social screening experience and the chance to hear more about Rebel Dykes History Project.

Cruising the Clyde

(10 minutes, English with English subtitles.)

A portrait of an elderly gay man and his search for love and sex over the years in a Scottish seaside town.


(28 minutes, German with English subtitles.)

Leather, Metal, Fur: A Documentary about the Lesbian Art & Performance Space PELZE MULTIMEDIA (West Berlin 1981-1996), combining interviews with three of the showrunners and carefully staged archive material.

Dyke Tales

(36 minutes, English with English subtitles.)

A reel of six short films lasting from 90 seconds to 13 minutes, telling stories from the Rebel Dykes, told in animation, archive and oral history.


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Access and how to attend:

When you join one of our events, there will be information visible on screen to let you know you’re in the right place. Our event hosts will introduce the event verbally, and this will also appear written in the chat box. We also hope to have BSL interpreting and/or live transcription available.

Using Zoom

This event will be run on Zoom. There will be opportunities for discussion after the film screening, where you will be able to turn on your camera and microphone if you want to. It's also fine to leave these switched off. You will also be able to leave written comments in the chat box. We’ll ask you to be mindful of not over-filling the chat box, as too many messages at once can cause difficulties for people using screen readers.

Zoom can be accessed using the app or on your internet browser, and can be used on computers, tablets and smartphones that are connected to the internet. Zoom generally uses 1-2GB data per hour, but this may be higher when the film is being shared.


If you have any questions about using Zoom, we will be happy to help you. If you have limited or no internet access, we have a fund available to help you with these costs. We won’t ask you to show any evidence of your income or circumstances. If you need any support, please contact us by emailing