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A BIT OF FLARE

The BFI’s celebration of queer stories on screen is back. The annual festival brings together hundreds of LGBT+ filmmakers for 10 days of screenings and events that take audiences around the globe and introduce them to inspiring, moving and exciting stories. We ask the directors behind some of the films at this year’s FLARE to tell us more…

FILM

Tali Shalom Ezer

Director, My Days of Mercy

This year’s opening-night film is a fascinating and complex death-row drama about two women, played by Juno’s Ellen Page and Kate Mara (House of Cards), who embark on an unexpected relationship — despite their fiercely opposing political views

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