About Us

Queer Film Night was born at the end of a drag night at the Dog House in July 2022, following a discussion about the infamous Timothée Chalamet peach romance. What was meant to be a one off screening of Call Me By Your Name turned into the incredible adventure that is Queer Film Night. Our first film was Rebel Dykes in the coop basement in September 2022, and since then more people have joined us, and made each screening a special night. We have had amazing guests, screened some incredible films, and most importantly build an informal community gathering every month to talk about queer films and experiences.

Our warmest thanks to our regular photographers:

Jules Lacave-Fontourcy

Curator // Director – @jlfphotography

I’m the QFN curator, I find films, get in touch with directors and guests, and do all the admin – and there’s a lot! I’m also directing our documentary and Selkie animated film. When I can catch a break from Queer Film Night I take photos for community events and club nights, or disappear for a few days in the Highlands in my van.

Mitchell Morton

Videographer // Cinematographer // Editor – @actuallyitsmitch

I’m the videographer and editor for most of our social media videos, as well as the cinematographer and editor for our upcoming documentary. Outside of QFN I like to wander around with my camera or make weird music with cassettes and synths.

Nicolas Jarnoux

AV Technician // Sound Engineer – @nicojrx

I make sure everything run smoothly during the screenings, solve cables and computer issues, record and edit sound for our films. Aside of QFN, I’m a professional live sound engineer and musician. I play bass for two original bands: The Academics and Rénovations.

Grace LaNasa

Social Media // Production – @lanasa112

I’m the social media assistant and overall ad hoc helper – I spend most of my time trying to make our posts look aesthetic and help wherever else I can (usually in comic relief). Outside of QFN I am local bar staff and I run a radio show on EHFM about film!

Kate Goss

Venue coordination – @katelate.dj

I’m just a helpful(ish) local gremlin, liaising with the ESHC, where I have lived for four years. I help set up the basement, make sure that we can harmoniously share the space with others- particularly member-residents of the co-op! I’m also a backup facilitator in our post-viewing discussions (when I can keep myself from taking part).


Emotional Support

Our emotional support Corgi, also known as the Little Homophobe. He lives at the QFN HQ and herds the lesbian (guinea pig) polycule.