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Rebel Dykes tells the story of the underground lesbian scene that emerged in eighties London.
Energised by the experience of the Greenham Common Peace Camps and the potentials of punk, a group of women decided to create their own scenes.
From squatting to night clubs, performance spaces to BDSM clubs, street activism and political actions, these women would redefine the arts, culture and politics of an era.
Mixing archive footage, in-depth interviews with many of the women involved and punctuated with animation, Rebel Dykes is an essential documentary, not just for those interested in LGBTQI+ cultures but for anyone interested in feminism, the post-punk counter cultures, and the political opposition to the Thatcher government’s infamous Section 28.
This film features explicit content.
Short film Choice (20 minutes) will play before film starts.