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Sun 17 Mar 2013 - Sun 1 Mar 2015SHOUT Wins Midland's Zone Reader's Award
SHOUT wins 1st Runner Up in the Best Midlands LGBT Event.
Fri 1 FebruarySHOUT FESTIVAL LINE UP ANNOUNCED
Between 28 February and 10 March, SHOUT will be presenting a range of activities and events around the Festival theme of Generations and Legacies including new productions, performances, exhibitions and the chance for Festival-goers to get involved.
Fri 30 NovemberSHOUT SECURES ARTS COUNCIL GRANT FOR 2013
Birmingham LGBT is pleased to announce that SHOUT has been granted £51,000 by Arts Council England through its Grants For The Arts Fund to produce the fourth Birmingham Festival of Queer Culture.
Sat 17 NovemberSHOUT AUDIENCE MAKES CLOUDBURST ITS FAVOURITE!
At its closing event for its first dedicated Film Festival, the 2011 Canadian Film Cloudburst won the Audience Choice Award. Throughout the festival, films had been competing for the first SHOUT Award with the West Midland audience adding their accolade to a growing list of awards for this road movie about an ageing lesbian couple starring Oscar winners Olympia Dukakis and Brenda Fricker
Sat 17 NovemberBIRMINGHAM’S FIRST DEDICATED QUEER FILM FESTIVAL
On Saturday 17 November, SHOUT closed its first dedicated Film Festival at The Public in West Bromwich with North Sea Texas and a celebration event with live music. The festival ran for 10 days, in 7 venues across Birmingham and the Black Country including mac, The Public, the Lighthouse and in venues in Birmingham's Southside. The Queer Film Festival presented 10 feature films, 5 docu
Fri 16 NovemberSHOUT ANNOUNCES FILM PROGRAMME
The SHOUT Festival of Queer Film will take place between 9th and 17th November 2012, presenting features, documentaries and short films at venues across the region including mac, The Public, Light House, Loft Lounge, Old Fox and Queer Street. Featuring the best in recent international queer cinema, the festival opens on Friday 9th November with the award winning Cloudburst.
Wed 22 AugustSHOUT PLANS DEDICATED FILM SEASON
Birmingham LGBT is pleased to announce that SHOUT has been granted £4,000 by Creative England to develop and deliver a Film Season this Autumn. The SHOUT Film Season 2012 will feature films with LGBT themes and will appeal to the region’s LGBT community alongside those with a passion for dynamic and engaging cinema.