Paci is the lesbian answer to Burroughs. Transeltown takes science fiction, horror, erotica and documentary to wonderfully perverse new levels. An androgynous Hispanic central figure is slowly drawn into a world of sex and death.
On Friday, the film festival committee issued the Teddy Special Jury Award to the independent Chinese film centered on straight women, they are straight and wives of gays or Tongqiwho unwittingly marry closeted gay men. Xiang said the motive in shooting A Dog Barking at the Moon was mainly due to her own experiences and that the film also is the first in an "intercultural trilogy" she wants to produce. The film is a tale of suppressed desire and chronicles the social importance of marriage, and the frostiness that exists between the walls of a wealthy Chinese family's home.
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A young woman's Saturday night takes an unexpected and exciting turn when she meets a liberated queer man who challenges her hard-set ideas on dance, seduction and love. The Cocoa Fondue Show. Budding starlet Cocoa Fondue prepares to shoot the pilot of her very own variety show, but there is competition lurking behind the scenes as Cocoa's rival, Catastrawberry, plots a coup.
Argentina is today in the path of human rights and sexual diversity. Since the last decade, Argentina has been expanding civil rights and working towards total inclusion for diversity. In this matter, Argentina is at the vanguard in the region.
Hepburn was sold as the movie's star — she's the dainty, glamorous one with the macho boyfriend James Garner. But it's MacLaine who stands out, as the determined bachelorette forced to face a few things she's been hiding from herself. Buy, rent or watch 'The Children's Hour'.
Of the 43 films from 16 countries that are competing in the festival, we will award the best short film, full feature film and documentary. Additionally, the public will have the chance to award its favorite. Each of these films approaches the reality of being lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer from a different perspective. Some explore political aspects and events that have a historical impact, while others tell the stories of a few remarkable characters and communities.
Queer film festivals often screen films that would struggle to find a mainstream audience and are often activist spaces for awareness-raising around LGBT rights as well as for community building among queer communities. In the s, NGOs were founded around queer film festivals and some festivals became commercialized. Also new markets, especially East Asia and Eastern Europe, started to emerge.
QKIFF illuminates the diversity of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer communities by providing spaces where queer films and stories are screened, discussed and celebrated. The festival also brings together filmmakers, researchers, activists, academics, lawyers, journalists and LGBTIQ persons from around the world. Security measures included screening of attendees, keeping the venues secret and mobile daily.