Friday 10th July, 2020

As conversations reverberate across the creative industries galvanized by the Black Lives Matter movement, we present a rare online screening of Tongues Untied (1989).

Cited as one of the most significant documentaries of the 20th Century, Marlon Riggs' landmark essay film is as arresting today as it was thirty years ago, exploring what it means to be black and gay.

After this special screening, Vivian Kleiman was in conversation with Topher Campbell.