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Fringe of Colour Films Announces Nature Centred Program for 2023

Fringe of Colour Films have curated what looks set to be an incredible hybrid arts festival, and it’s just around the corner! Don’t miss out on the opportunity to join them either Online or In-person in Edinburgh between 23th – 29th June.

The nature-centered program is inspired by the life cycle of a plant, and the unique arts festival is dedicated to showcasing the creative work of Black, Asian, Indigenous, and Latine artists & filmmakers.  

 Every film in the programme will screen online and in-person with Closed Captions (CC), British Sign Language (BSL) and Audio Descriptions (AD). All in-person events will have live British Sign Language interpretations.

Fringe of Colour Films have a range of festival passes: concession, standard, pay it forward, free, and organisation. Single In-Person Event tickets will be available on the door for each event, with a suggested contribution of £4.

Find out more: fringeofcolour.co.uk

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