19.07.2019 - 19:00 - 23:30
We’re back after a short summer break. With some wonderful films that all have something to say about art, the artists life and the connections we make. Some of the film makers will be present, there will a podium and room for discussion after the screening. More information coming closer to the date.
BE WHAT YOU WANT – QUEER FEMINIST ARTIST (JAMES ROSALIND | GERMANY)
“We’d like to think of ourselves, not as pawns in a bigger picture, but as agents of our own destiny”.
Berlin, is an open-minded, creative city, home to many queers and artists, chances for networking and collaboration. However, the german creative industries and society are still very much cis-male favoured. Two videographers talk about their experiences of art, work precarity, hope, feminism and community.
GOOD ARTIST (OMER MOSKOVICH | ISRAEL)
Music video for the song “Oman Tov” (Good Artist, in Hebrew) by Omer Moskovitch. A low budget videoclip criticising the Israeli government’s new methods of censorship on art and artists.
HIDDEN WALLS (ANA CAROLINA NICOLAU | BRAZIL)
Nina and Pedro belong to a group of young people who live within the margins of society due to their skin colour, sexuality and artistic expression through the graffiti. Feeling left out of Brasilia’s elitist artistic society and motivated by an episode of violence by the local police, they decide to display their art in a fancy art gallery, where they are not welcome.
I DREAM OF INADEQUACY (JULI SARAGOSA | GERMANY)
The writer Michael V. Smith asked several filmmakers to visually interpret a poem from his latest book “Bad Ideas.” Juli Saragosa combines a textured sound design and hand-processed Super8mm footage of abandoned places with Google Street View and rotoscoped imagery of talking ravens in this rendering of a poem about the feelings of shame and inadequacy.
I HATE YOU SO MUCH (ALICE REILY DE SOUZA | BRAZIL/GERMANY)
A short poem about hate and love.
IMAGE MAKERS – THE IMAGE OF ABSENCE (BETO MACEDO | BRAZIL)
Over 3 billion photos are shared every day. Images have become our main language. In this context, who creates the new narratives? If we live in a universe oriented by the visual, what do the people who are translating the spirit of our time see in their visual creations?
In 6 months, more than 90 names were mapped, 40 people were interviewed and 5 of them had their creative processes registered in this movie. An EIXO partnership with TILT REC film production.
OTHERLAND (KEREN LEVI/JAN PIETER TUINSTRA | NETHERLANDS)
A Vogue dancer performs at a Voodoo Carnival Ball, an important dance contest where he will have to prove himself to be accepted by the local ballroom community. He remembers growing up on Sint Maarten, a small island in the Caribbean and all the changes he has been through since. The freedom he longed for seems within reach. Based on the biographical story of Elvin Elejandro Martinez and narrated by him, ‘Otherland’ is a juxtaposition of two narratives that evoke new associations for viewers: while the visual story of the ball is fictional, the film is based on in-depth research into the Dutch ballroom community and all the characters and dancers are part of the European ballroom/vogue community.
SALADA MISTA (ESTEVAN DE LA FUENTE/SHAI OLIVA ALON | BRAZIL)
SALADA MISTA is a profound penetration into a fantastic and sensual world in which fruits and vegetables are mistaken as our deepest most hidden desires. Here, we have them in all sizes, all formats, all colors, for all tastes. In this market, no one goes home hungry.
Directed by Estevan de La Fuente and created and produced by Shai Oliva Alon, Salada Mista is a tropical audiovisual experiment which draws inspiration from publicity, fashion, music videos and pornography, culminating into a luscious synesthesia of an overdose of colors, sounds, flavors and scents.
TQU – Transnational Queer Underground e.V. is a young association that has been fostering transnational queer art and activism on- and offline for more than two years. We organise lectures, exhibitions, concerts, workshops (and much more!), and create spaces for queer artists and activists and the larger community to shine and to discuss what is important to us.
FAQ Infoladen is wheerlchair accessible, the screening is smoke-free and entry is by donation.
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