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    On September 19th 2020 we teamed up with LAB 111- Amsterdam and Soura Film Festival – Berlin in a joint fund raiser...

    Youth Artivists for Change: Balkan

    Youth Artivists for Change is a project funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs through the Creative Twinning scheme. Art. 1 is the...

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    Film-scouting: Berlinale 2018

    For over 30 years -long before Cannes and Venice decided to finally create their own queer-centric awards- the Berlin film festival has consistently recognised the very best LGBTQ+ genre, awarding a ‘Teddy’ to films that shine a light on diversity. Berlinale has been a launching site for some of the world’s most iconic LGBTQ+ cinema. Its 2018 version was, of course, no exception.

    Stichting art.1’s director, Chris Belloni, attended the festival and met with up and coming film makers, industry insiders and festival representatives from around the globe in the search for films that will undoubtedly set the tone for international LGBTQ+ representation, and be centrefold in the community’s advocacy and visibility.

    Berlinale 2018 played host to a whole new spectrum of international queer cinema that promises to dive deep into the sexual politics of both mind and body across a range of cultures.

     

    Here’s a short but sweet list of Berlinale’s nine most memorable LGBTQ+ titles to watch out for:

    “The Happy Prince”/ “Escape from Rented Island: The Lost Paradise Of Jack Smith”/ “Tranny Fag (Bixa Travesty)”/ “Hard Paint (Tinta Bruta)”/ “Marilyn”/ “Game Girls”/ “Shakedown”/ “The Silk And The Flame”/ “Dressed For Pleasure (Je fais où tu me dis)”

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    At Het HEM you will find books, films, podcasts and magazines, carefully selected by our Guests and the curator team....

    Queer relief fund Beirut

    On September 19th 2020 we teamed up with LAB 111- Amsterdam and Soura Film Festival – Berlin in a joint fund raiser...

    Youth Artivists for Change: Balkan

    Youth Artivists for Change is a project funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs through the Creative Twinning scheme. Art. 1 is the...

    Your Artists for Change in Prishtina: Queer Film Days and Filmmaking Workshop

    Between the 16th and the 21st of July, art.1 had a very exciting time in Prishtina, Kosovo. While the 11th edition of the Prishtina...

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