Relaxed (Autism Friendly) Double Bill/ Queer Freedom & Wild Women

HOME presents an exciting double bill of short films showcasing Queer Freedom and Wild Women from the world’s biggest learning disability film festival.

Queer Freedom
Short films shining a spotlight on the stories of LGBTQIA+ community, which can often go unheard.

Films screening in this programme are:

Izzy Aman: The Joy of Drag, Isabella Kaya Walton, GB, 2023
Grapevine, Alice De Gennaro, Remi Fadare, GB, 2021
Ghosted, Declan Smith, GB, 2022
Coming Out Autistic, Steven Fraser, GB, 2022
Girl Coded, Grace Valerie-Lynette, AU, 2023
Moments I saw in Red, Penn Balint, GB, 2023
(Un)fit to Work, Yasmin Godo, GB, 2022
Single Glance, Liliane Kaufman-Hill, GB, 2023
Look The Part, Claire Fletcher, AU, 2022

Wild Women
A selection of shorts taking you on a wild ride. It’ll be crazy, joyful and unexpected.

Films screening in this programme are:

Bean Grenade, Sophie Sparkes, Simon Glass, GB
The Cunning, Alexandra Maher, GB, 2022
Ice Cream on Mondays, Flo Gordon, Reggie London, GB, 2023
Dead Cat Film, Josie Charles, Nathan Miller, GB, 2022

With less than 5% of disabled people working in the UK film industry, Oska Bright Film Festival is driven to make change happen. Working internationally with industry partners and funded by the BFI, our team produces the BAFTA and BIFA qualifying Oska Bright Film Festival, promotes accessible screenings, runs training for venues and develops skills for aspiring filmmakers. Oska Bright Film Festival puts people with learning disabilities or autism where they should be, on the big screen. Just under 700 films were submitted from 55 countries. This year at our festival we’ll be screening 80 films from around the world.


Relaxed Events

Relaxed Events are designed for people with autism spectrum conditions and their families so they can enjoy the arts together in a stress-free environment. These events are also suitable for people with sensory conditions, dementia or learning difficulties.

Relaxed Screenings take place every week in our cinemas and include:

Cinema lights on low
Film volume turned down a little
No trailers or advertisements before the film starts
You can move in and out of the cinema

91 minutes


Year of production:

This screening has no adverts or trailers and starts at the advertised time

This screening is excluded from the HOME Film Pass