Sunday, November 12th, 2023

Goodbye Pink Flamingo : a global selection of groundbreaking queer, punk, feminist, and DIY art and film.





Goodbye, Pink Flamingo is a three-day retrospective(*) festival running November 17-19, celebrating Sydney’s (Australia) dopest venue presented by Static Vision and Pink Flamingo Cinema, showcasing a global selection of groundbreaking queer, punk, feminist, and DIY art and film.

Featuring retrospective screenings of the work of many of our favorite directors, including Gregg Araki’s Teenage Apocalypse Trilogy: Totally F***ed Up, The Doom Generation, and Nowhere; Ken Russell’s The Devils (screened in its most complete form, for the first time in Australia); a spotlight on the work of trailblazing Australian filmmaker Margot Nash.

The festival also features the NSW premiere of emerging young Aussie genre-film genius Alice Maio Mackay‘s fourth(!) feature T BLOCKERS)go

acclaimed queer cinema historian Elizabeth Purchell, very raunchy, adults-only, gay essay film ASK ANY BUDDY;‘ The People’s Joker Vera Drew groundbreaking First Nations artist Fox Maxy, and international arthouse-scene boundary-pusher Tulapop Saenjaroen, amongst many more surprises.

it’s shaping up to be the wildest line-up they;ve assembled to date, and very likely the most OTT line-up they will assemble for quite some time as they bid a (hopefully temporary) farewell to the world’s freshest DIY cinema, a space they’ve called their Sydney home for the past five years.

Pink Flamingo Cinema 18-24 Sydney Street Marrickville, NSW,
Tickets are cheap-as-hell ($15 tops, with $12 concessions, a $35 pass for Gregg Araki's Teenage Apocalypse Trilogy,
 $65 five-film pass, $35/30 Vera Drew Presents triple feature, and $25 adults-only triple feature) - 
DM them if you're skint.


Posted by queerguru  at  12:00

Genres:  classic, documentary, down right weird, experimental, international

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