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Summary

Sophie Hyde | Australia | 2015 | 112 mins | Cert 15

Billie’s journey to independence starts with the news that her mum is going to transition and live her life as a man. Although Billie is asked to move in with her father, they decide that every Tuesday will be a sacred space between mother and daughter.

Taking advantage of her new found freedom, Billie begins to secretly experiment with two older school friends on the one thing she can’t work out – sex. Both Billie and her mother soon realise that without being totally transparent they will not be able to get what they need.

Winning Best Director at Sundance and the Crystal Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival and shot in real time on the Tuesday of every week for one year and exposing both characters’ transformations, 52 Tuesdays is a ground-breaking and remarkable new film.

“What seems to be a queer issue film morphs into a rich thematic brew depicting how family, sexuality and time are all bound up in defining one another.” – Sophie Monks Kaufmann, Little White Lies

“One can’t but fail to be impressed with the film’s commitment to investigate its issues with subtlety and frankness.” – Leslie Felperin, Guardian

Programme details

Tickets are unreserved seating – seat choice is first come, first served, upon doors opening. Doors to the screening room will open around 10-15 minutes before the performance starts.

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Venue

94 Alfred Gelder Street
Hull
HU1 2AN
01482 317941

http://www.kardomah94.com/

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Venue Access

  • Accessible Toilets
  • Assistance Dogs
  • Wheelchair Access

Opening times

Monday 10am-4pm
Tuesday 10am-10pm
Wednesday 10am-10pm
Thursday 10am-10pm
Friday 10am-11am
Saturday 10am-11am
Sunday 11am-5pm

Creative Credits

52 Tuesdays is presented in partnership by Hull Independent Cinema, Pride in Hull and Hull UK City of Culture 2017 as part of Pride in Hull Film Festival.