Join photographer and filmmaker Marc Martin for a screening of Mon CRS at the Pink Screens festival on 12 November.
Mon CRS was a song performed by Annie Cordy in the 1970s. Taking inspiration from the song, Martin has created a contemporary drama that centres queer passion and identity.
Starring Othmane and Mathis Chevalier, Mon CRS gives us the story of a young policeman whose world is shaken when he falls for a cabaret singer.
Find out more about the screening of Mon CRS at Pink Screens
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