************ thursday_donnerstag | 7. Juli 2011 ***********
12h Workshop
Magic Materialism (Super8)


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ACT Women My Body My Territory
12min serbian with english subtitles

Slippery
Canada, 2007, 2min
Sandra Alland
A somewhat silly meditation on the slippery nature of overused (or supposedly universal) words. Your kitchen will never smell the same.
www.blissfultimes.ca

Queerfeminist Gothenberg: Black Rainbow Riot
Lasse Långstrom, Leo Palmestål
Sweden, 2011, 10min
A black block fought back against the homohating christians.
manligidentitetskonst.wordpress.com

Poupée Réfractaire (Resistant Doll)
Yannick Gallepie
France, 2001, 2min16
A Sex Doll wakes up and fights back against patriarchy.
yannick.gallepie.free.fr

The Culture War is a Diversion from Economic Policy Insuring Plutocracy
Charles Lum
USA, 2011, 4min20, english
A documentary about art censorship, protest and financial power.
www.clublum.com

Cuceta – a cultura queer
Pedro Costa
Brasil, 13min

Refuge
Arthur Musah
USA, 2010, 6min; english
A Ghanian soccer player sneaks away during a game in Los Angeles in the hopes of establishing a new life in America with the help of an old friend.

Gentrification Celebration

Juli

Joan
Jessica Maccormack
Canada, 2010, 4min; english
Joan is a music video that confronts the viewer with the violence trans people face in their daily lives. Featuring portraits of gender queers from around the world, as well as a few famous faces from Canada, the video offers recognition for the difficulty in surviving oppressive conditions. The love song, an anthem against transphobia, reminds us that through supporting one another we are not alone.
jessicamaccormackrmack.tumblr.com

unSICHTbar / invisible
Eliah Lüthi and Co Kopps
Berlin, 2009, 20min; english & german/ eng & dt UT

SuperQueer
Sakino Sepulveda
Canada, 2010, 3min47; no words
„SuperQueer“ is an experimental, science fiction short film. The story is about how a simple public display of affection between two men provokes a violent homophobic reaction.
much thanks to Video Out

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Whatever suits you

Felicia

Regretters


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H2
Nurit Sharett
Israel, 2010, 27min; hebrew with eng subtitles
„During 2010 I have been teaching video to a group of young Palestinian women in Hebron. Hebron is split into 2 sectors: H1, governed by the Palestinian authority, and H2, an Israeli governed enclave with 600 Israeli soldiers, 600 Jewish residents and 35,000 Palestinians residents. The traffic between the two sectors of the city is constant, a part of the residents‘ routine, while driving a vehicle in H2 is permitted only to Jews and foreigners. The video shows us the families and homes I visited, a wedding I was invited to, and of course – the outside views: the landscape, soldiers, the wire and walls.. „H2″ is the story of my impressions in Hebron.“ (Nurit Sharett)

Camp
Alexis Mitchell
Canada, 2010, 25min
CAMP is a 3-part, single channel, video essay exploring the secrets that underscore my personal relationship to Jewish history and culture. Through a look at 3 camp environments, I engage with a queer re-telling of the traditional Purim story, the censored passages in Anne Frank’s diary, and a haircut given to me by my grandfather in order to reveal the ways in which these secrets haunt the surface of our cultural moments. CAMP is framed through a play on the word ‘camp’ utilizing a camp sensibility amidst an analysis of temporary built environments. Through this frame I engage with what we choose to keep hidden in these contemporary moments, and point to a larger fear of speaking out against injustice as a cause for silence.

Wir wollen nicht euer Mitleid, wir möchten eure Solidarität

Feminist Meeting
Germany, 2010, 42min; dt/en with en/dt subtitles
Migrant_innen in Deutschland erzählen von ihren Alltagserfahrungen im Lebensrealitäten von Migrant_innen im deutschen Lagersystem.


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Spurt
Liliana Velez
Colombia-USA, 2010, 3min
This video intends to uncover something that has been vulnerable and humbled in society. For this project I use myself as my own object, which opens up without secrets, introversion or enchantment; showing an intimate sexual personal moment, that is clandestine and looked down upon.

Love Effect
Juana Awad
Canada – UK, 7min
a game of light and negative space created by duplicating and layering footage of two entangled naked bodies.
a poem to shorten the distance between you and me…

the process of making consistent
video-super 8- photographs
Argentina-Canada
6’

In Argentina it is not unusual to come across popular altars devoted to people who have tragically died because of accidents or social injustices. If you travel along Argentinean roads you will encounter a Gauchito Gil altar, and in the streets of Buenos Aires is an altar from Crogmagnon, among others. Constantly in flux, these altars act as ephemeral interventions into public space

I don’t want to go back alone – Eu Não Quero Voltar Sozinho
Daniel Ribeiro
Brazil, 17min
The arrival of a new student in school changes everything in Leonardo’s life. This 15 year-old blind teenager has to deal with the jealousy of his long-lasting friend Giovana while trying to figure out the feelings he found out he has for his new friend.

More or Less – Mais ou Menos
Alexander Antunes Siqueira
Brazil, 13min
Teenager Ivo is constantly bullied by Sandro, his high school classmate. Their troubled relationship seems irreconcilable until an unexpected encounter changes everything.

Victoria
Victoria Matta
Venezuela- Canada

The Closet
Liliana Chaves
Mexico- Canada

Entre Piernas
Grisel Severino
Venezuela-Canada

25 años
Susana Tapia
Mexico-Canada