Event: In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue – a celebration



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Sunday 12th Feb 19.30 – 22.30 

Upstairs at the Ritzy, Ritzy Cinema, Brixton SW2 1JG

Black Out UK presents an evening of performances, music, conversation, and connections to mark the UK release of the highly acclaimed Black gay coming-of-age film Moonlight. Moonlight has sparked a global conversation about Black masculinity and sexuality. This event follows the preview screening, and panel discussion on Thursday 9th February at the Ritzy https://www.picturehouses.com/cinema/Ritzy_Picturehouse/film/moonlight
and offers an opportunity for Black gay men to have a conservation amongst ourselves and with our communities after this powerful film’s UK debut.

If you’d like to perform, read, or show a short film please contact us blkoutuk@gmail.com 

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  2. WW avatar

    I have just returned home from watching one of the most poignantly touching films I have seen in a very long time that truly captures the essence of ‘coming out’ but from the perspective of being black. Told in 3 chapters from boyhood, to teenager, through to a young adult I found the story in each chapter paralleled my own ‘coming out’ story in part.

    The story by Tarell Alvin McCraney is beautifully crafted and the pace is just so right it makes it all the more believable. The acting performances by all of the cast members just stands out. I cannot decide on who was the best because they all were so great and downright believable. I came away wanting more…..this story has only just begun because I feel it needs to tell the rest of my life story even if it is set a million miles away from London where I live!

    This film is far more deserving of every award possible and if I hear about LaLa Land being the best film in an age….just one more time after seeing Moonlight tonight….then as the line from my favourite Blaxploitation flick ‘Cleopatra Jones’ goes…….it’ll be “about half a second off somebodies arse!”

    If you haven’t seen it….then go…you won’t be disappointed. If you are then you are not of this world!

  3. simon avatar

    it’s amazing we can come together for a gay film, wow

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