Out at Clapham returns this month to celebrate LGBT History Month 2022 AND their 8th Birthday with a preview screening of ‘Flee’.

Flee had its world premiere at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival and has received unanimous acclaim from film festivals and critics, with critical praise for animation, story, thematic content, and subject matter; winning numerous awards including one of the top documentaries at National Board of Review.

At 8 years in the running, Out at Clapham is London’s longest running LGBT film club.
It started with a one-off screening of the Oscar nominated ‘How to Survive a Plague’ on World AIDS Day 2013 but then quickly became a new joint venture between Clapham Picturehouse and the Wandsworth LGBTQ Forum.

Launching regularly in February 2014 with a sell-out screening of another Oscar nominated picture, ‘Dallas Buyers Club’ OAC has gone on to welcome an array of the industry’s finest LGBTQ+ screenings, directors, actors and performers.

Deputy General Manager of Clapham Picturehouse, Dan Hawkins said ‘After a few months off, I am delighted to be bringing Out at Clapham back in 2022 for LGBTQ+ History month. We are very lucky to be hosting a preview screening of the wonderful Flee – this intimate, powerful story is beautifully animated and is definitely one of the must-see films of the year!’

FleeDir. Jonas Poher RasmussenRunning Time – 90 Minutes.

Synopsis”Amin arrived as an unaccompanied minor in Denmark from Afghanistan. Today, he is a successful academic and is getting married to his long-time boyfriend. A secret he has been hiding for 20 years threatens to ruin the life he has built.”

Buy tickets from the Clapham Picturehouse website