a Great Britain One of the most progressive countries in the world with respect to LGBTQIA+ rights and a destination that is accessible and welcoming to all races, sexual orientations or gender identities: “we are confident society in which people live freely; Attracting talent and commercial investment; Promote cultural exchange and travel and become a more stable and prosperous nation”Paul Gauger, America’s Senior Vice President and Global Director of Diversity visit uk,
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Throughout the year, you can see LGBTQIA+ film, arts and artistic expression festivals in the UK. British Council Brazil, through your profile instagram, listed some of the most popular cultural diversity events taking place there:
If you’re visiting the UK in early spring, it’s worth a stop South Bank, Considered the largest LGBTQIA+ film festival in Europe, this year the event is scheduled for March 16-27.
Five movies for freedom
from 2015, or British Council, in partnership with BFI Glow, offers 5 short films (online, for the whole world!) with LGBTQIA+ themes. The films for the 2022 edition have already been selected and soon, more details will be available on Instagram @brBritish,
a National transgender Charity events or weekends”spackle“to promote culture” TeaRuns in Britain. Annually in July, the final edition went online due to social distancing measures. In 2022, the event is scheduled for July 8-10.
Eye pupil the prize
Iris celebrates LGBTQIA+ cinema throughout the year, but the festival only takes place in October. As the name implies, a major attraction is the prize pool, which offers £30,000 for a short film.
Belfast, Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland’s annual LGBTQIA+ arts festival, explosion Ten days of theatre, film, music, literature, visual arts, presents discussions and debates by local and international artists and performers. The event takes place in November, it’s worth it!
fringe, Weird movie festival
From feature films to experimental installations, this LGBTQIA+ festival is also exclusive to workshops and debates. It also usually takes place in November and promotes specific events throughout the rest of the year.
VisitBritain launches guide to inspire LGBTQIA+ to travel to the UK