Thurs. 24th Feb. 2022. 6.30pm – 8.45pm
Bathway Theatre, Woolwich. SE18 6QX
Querelle, the sailor, is on shore leave in a highly stylised version of the French port town of Brest, where he becomes entangled in a web of violence and eroticism. The final film by prolific German director, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, who died aged 37, is a dream-like vision of a twilight hinterland inhabited by hunky sailors, mysticism and the self-destruction that Fassbinder himself experienced. (in German, French and English, with subtitles
104 mins. 18 rating
A ground-breaking piece of queer and underground cinema explores the same themes as Querelle as a dreamer encounters a group of sailors on shore leave. A classic short film by director, gossipmonger, occultist and provocateur, Kenneth Anger.
15 minutes 18 rating
Supported by Royal Borough of Greenwich Community Arts Fund & Greenwich University