QUEER MINORITIES SHORT FILM + BEYOND COLOR TALK

Tickets

Online-Ticket
Regular 9,50 Euro
(Reduced 8,50 Euro | box office)

Datum

Saturday
19. October 2019
07:00 p.m.

QUEER MINORITIES SHORT FILM PROGRAM
OV/OMEU
APPROX. 60 MIN,
NUDITY, VIOLENCE | NO ONE UNDER 18 ADMITTED

Everyone is born with the same right to live and love freely, without fear of oppression or exclusion. Our short films reflect the challenges, courage and everyday triumphs of queer communities in different parts of the world and show the diversity of minorities in the LGBTIQ+ spectrum.

Our goal is a diverse and inclusive society and for this we need the visibility of minorities and marginalized communities in the film and in our midst.

AFTERWARDS: PODIUM DISCUSSION – WHITEWASHING IN FILM
WITH INTERNATIONAL QUEER ACTIVISTS OF COLOR, ORGANISED BY BEYOND COLOR
APPROX. 40 MIN

(in english)

The film industry has a complicated, often racist history with people of color and queer people. Whitewashing allows the casting of white actors for non-white roles and cis/straight people for roles of queer personalities.

Historically and contemporarily black face, yellow face and red face are used to replace actors of color. These decisions create public stereotypes and imaginations miles away from the realities of people of color and queer people.

This panel will talk about this issues. The discussion will be made up an eclectic group of queer & trans*artists and activists from diverse backgrounds who use Film, Art, Politics, Writing, Teaching, Photography and Performance as mediums of expression towards combating trans- and homophobia & racism.


GUESTS

Faris Cuchi Gezahegn
Black non-binary performance artist and intersectional LGBTIQA* activist from Ethiopia based in Vienna.

Manuel Ricardo Garcia
Two-spirit and queer FTM of color, Trans*activist and Photoartist from Europe, founder of the Munich Trans*-and Inter*convention, Co-founder of the QTPOC group “Beyond Color“, from Mexico based in Munich.

Keith Zenga King
Black gender non-conforming political activist, writer and performance artist from Uganda based in Munich.

Diana-Sandrine Kunis,
lives in Munich, is a Social Justice & Diversity Trainer and the Co-founder of “Radical Diversity Munich” – they offer discrimination critical and racism critical events.