Saturday 1 October 2016,14.30-16.05 Stevenson Lecture Theatre Free, booking required
Part of a day of films exploring body image and ideas on beauty within the LGBTQ community. A free ticket is required for each film.
Pelo Malo translates as ‘bad hair’. Junior is a nine-year-old boy whose fixation with straightening his curly hair strains his relationship with his mother. The film examines racism, homophobia and identity in Caracas, Venezuela. Written and directed by Mariana Rondón. Venezuela, 2013, 93 minutes, Cert. 15 In Spanish with English subtitles.