Queer Cinema I: YOUNG & QUEER

DOKV meets Flurflimmern

Saturday, 27. April 2024, 8 PM

Admission: 8 PM, movie start: 8:30 pm

 

YOUNG & QUEER
Queer shorts films await you on this evening!
In a world between gender identities and changing body images, it's time to take a new approach to the "Coming of Age" genre. Young, loud and queer short films will be shown. Afterwards, you are cordially invited to stay for the subsequent film discussion with the filmmakers Luka Lara Steffen and Gina Wenzel and to shape the conversation.

 

PROGRAM, running time: 88 minutes

THE GREATEST SIN
Gabriel Bihina, Germany 2021, 24', English-French original version with German subtitles
As individual as the life stories of the four Black queer people portrayed in this film are, they are united by growing up in a conservative and religious home.

WHAT THE FUCK IS GOING ON BETWEEN US, FUCK?
Justina Jürgensen, Germany 2022, 9', original German version
Soccer player Lola is desperate. If only she wasn't so hopelessly in love with her teammate Zoe. But she barely notices her - or does she?

PIECHT
Luka Lara Steffen, Germany 2023, 30', original German version
Johanna and her mother spend their vacation in the idyllic village of Piecht. While her mother dreams of an ecological alternative, a nightmare begins for Johanna.

LUCA (m / f / x)
Hannah Schwaiger and Ricarda Funnemann, Germany 2019, 7', original German version
Luca portrays a young actor and dancer who has never been interested in gender roles. The viewer gets an idea of Luca's convictions, his longing for freedom and his struggle on the way there.

DON'T CALL ME BROTHER
Gina Wenzel, Germany 2018, 18', original German version
Cheyenne plays soccer and hangs out with her friend's clique, which is mainly about drinking and rowdiness. One day, Dany joins the training session. When Cheyenne finds out his secret, she acts without thinking.

 

DER FLUR is a Dortmund-based studio and cinema collective that has been organizing short film evenings with a focus on diversity since 2023. For the Liquid Currency Bar programme, the collective is leaving its venue, the "Flur" in the Kreuzviertel district, and presenting a three-part queer film programme at the Kunstverein that gives marginalized people a voice and a space.

 

Organizers: Pina Mirall Wenzel (illustrator and costume designer), Gina Wenzel (director and author)

 

As part of the Kreativ.Quartiere Ruhr program, funded by the Ministry of Culture and Science & ecce - european center for creative economy

 







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