Article: Distributor Bohemia Media promoting stories from marginalised groups and under-represented people

After releasing Clemency last year, Bohemia Media is championing titles like Signature Move, A Girl From Mogadishu and A Space in Time in order to amplify the voices and stories of under-represented people.

With a lovingly curated collection of films about and by under-represented groups, sharing stories from their lived experience and of vital importance to their communities and the planet as a whole, Bohemia Media celebrate incredible film-making and performance from women, LGBTQ+ people, diverse communities of colour and culture, disabled people and countercultural voices.

For exhibitors, many of these titles are perfect in order to attract a wider, more diverse audience to their cinemas and to engage with the wider community.

Upcoming titles include:

A Space in Time
Release date: 25th June
A candid, lyrical, intimate portrait of one family’s struggle to transcend a fatal muscle wasting disease, Duchenne muscular dystrophy, which in turn becomes an unlikely celebration of the disabled life, the life cut short by rare disease.
Booker: Dave Woodward

Rebel Dykes
Release date: 10th September
REBEL DYKES is a feel good documentary set in 1980s post-punk London. The unheard of story of a community of dykes making art, erotica and changing politics, and how they went on to alter the world.
Booker: Andy Caley

Dear Tenant
Release date: September TBC
A boy lives with his Grandma and Mr. Lin, the tenant who looks after him and Grandma. But when Grandma passes away, the boy’s uncle returns to Taiwan and discovers that ownership of the apartment was transferred to other people.
Booker: Andy Caley

Rebel Dread
Release date: 26th October
The story of Don Letts, a first generation Black British cultural mover and shaker, filmmaker, musician and raconteur.
Booker: Andy Caley

Release date: 10th December
Lip-synching in downtown bars, late-blooming performer and trans activist Donna Personna is sustained by undimmed aspirations and fond memories of her estranged siblings. In this documentary, she is offered a new creative opportunity that looks at ‘The Compton’s Cafeteria Riot’ which Donna takes hold with both hands, not suspecting where it may lead.
Booker: Andy Caley

Bohemia Euphoria

For some people who may not feel confident watching some of these titles in public or in theatrical venues, Bohemia is also unveiling Bohemia Euphoria: a VOD platform and integrated social community where people can watch titles at home.

People will feel engaged and supported by a community of folk like and unlike them but with the shared experience of being “different.” Bohemia Euphoria is a safe and private space to interact with our community about the films and our stories.

For cinemas operating at reduced capacity, there is the option to integrate Bohemia Euphoria into their programming in order to show a wider range of films and also receive shared profits from customers that watch films via the PVOD platform.

However at the heart of Bohemia will be a strategy to grow an online community who share a passion for diverse filmmaking and storytelling.

For more information, contact Bohemia’s Head of Acquisitions: Andy Caley at

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