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June 2, 2009 | by  | in Opinion |
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Out takes

I’m so excited! The Out Takes are finally back in town! For those of you that don’t know it, Out Takes is New Zealand’s annual Gay and Lesbian Film Festival—And after taking a break last year to fundraise, they’re back with a better line-up than ever!* They opened in Wellington last Thursday (May 28), and they’re only here for this week, so if you haven’t got a schedule yet you pick one up from outside VUWSA, or the Mount Street Bar/Caft;

There are a whole bunch of neat films, for a wide range of interests (even Lesbian Vampires!) and concession (ie: student) tickets are just $12.50, so you don’t really have any excuses not to see something. Or better yet, get a Six-Trip ticket for $70, like me! If you can’t afford $70 (like me!), you should totally pop into VUWSA for a free food-parcel, and go anyway!
Nathan’s Picks: Une Autre Femme, Boy I Am, Love My Life, Was am Ende Zr’s Queer Ball to Saturday July 11, to coincide with that weekend—Double Hooray! Registrations have now opened, so if you want to come you should email email, or grab a registration form from outside VUWSA!

The UniQ Exec—with a lot of help from the beautiful people at Out There!—are working hard to make this year’s conference as good as the last one hosted in Wellington, in 2005. One of the focuses of this year’s conference will be improving the networks between Queer Groups and UniQs at other Universities, as well as workshops on Takataapui-ness, Transgender-ism, and Body-image-osity!

Plus, you get to meet a whole heap of cool humans! Register now! now now now!

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