The Instituto Cervantes in Sydney will screen a series of films dedicated to the representation of lesbianism next week.

Over five sessions, audiences will be able to watch lesbian stories set in contemporary Barcelona (Costa Brava, 1995), Mexico (Mother Earth, 2009) and Puerto Rico (The Sky of Mice, 2009), and get a sense of the diversity of lesbian experiences across adolescence (Eloïse, 2010), at a mature age (80 Egunean, 2011), living on the margins of society (Excerpts, 1996) and in tolerant middle class families (Mother Tongue, 2010).

The screenings all take place from June 27 to July 1 at the Cervantes Institute, 22-24 City Road, Chippendale, and sessions start from only $10 for students.


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