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Journeys and Destination Film Festival 9-18 October 2020

When Oct 18, 2020
from 09:00 AM to 06:30 PM
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QTI Coalition of Colour is proud to present queer qandī Journeys and Destinations film fest. An online film festival with films from South West Asia and North Africa with a particular focus on the issues of movement and migration. The festival will take place on 9-18th October 2020 and free tickets will be available during this period on Eventbrite. In addition to the film screenings, there will be online panels with filmmakers, activists and scholars. To find out more about the events and the films scroll down or please visit the festival page: www.queerqandi.org

The Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement is a proud supporter of the Journeys and Destinations Film Festival.

 

Event Programme 15, 17-18 October 2020

15 October 2020

19.00-20.30 BST

Scriptwriting workshop for LGBTQI+ youth

17 October 2020

13:00-13:45 BST

Conversation and Q&A with İris Mozalar, cast Iris (Dir. Volkan Güleryüz) on Instagram Live

17 October 2020

15:00-15:45 BST,

Conversation and Q&A with Joseph Gebrael, choreographer & director Houwa (Dir. Joseph Gebrael & Andrew Gebrael) on Instagram Live

17 October 2020

17.00-18:30 BST

Panel discussion: Erasure, Resurrection and Movement - Queer Migrations in and from SWANA.  Chair: Dr Leila Mukhida, University of Cambridge, UK. Panellist: Mahtab Pishghadam, film director, Iran; Robert Moussa, festival director, Soura film festival, Germany and Dr Sabiha Allouche, Lecturer in Middle East Politics, University of Exeter.

18 October 2020

13:00-13:45 BST

Conversation and Q&A with Mouaad el Salem, director, This day won’t last 2020 on Instagram Live

18 October 2020

17.00-18:30 BST

Panel discussion: Imagining queer futures for SWANA. Chair: Jade Pollard-Crowe, artist and activist. Panellists: Selim Mourad, film director, Lebanon; Ghadir Shaif, festival director, Kooz, Palestine; Dr Sima Shakhsari, University of Minnesota, US and Ümit Ünal, film director, Turkey.

 

Film Programme 9-18 October 2020

  • Barbo, Turkey, Nicolas Jakubiak
  • Collage, Iran, Sadeq Es-haqi
  • Explicit, Iran, Farshad Bagheri
  • Hard Shadow, Iran, Neda Khanifar
  • Houwa, Lebanon, Joseph Gebrael & Andrew Gebrael
  • Inside…, Iran, Seyed Abdolrahim Ghatali
  • Iris, Turkey, Volkan Güleryüz
  • Once I Tried to Kiss, Turkey, Sena Özaydın & Bengisu Şimşek
  • Our Pain, Iran, Mahtab Pishghadam
  • Reza’s wish, Iran, Saeid Nemati
  • The Sea Runs Through Our Veins, Germany, Zara Zandieh
  • This day won’t last, Tunisia, Mouaad el Salem
  • Wild Grass, Turkey, Doğuş Minsin
  • Until the morning, Israel, Itay Akirav
  • Haki Fadi, Centre for Transnational Development and Collaboration, Palestine/UK ('Queer' Asia Package)
  • Le Coup, Jacquline Nassour, Lebanon ('Queer' Asia Package)
  • The Little Father Obsession, Selim Mourad, Lebanon ('Queer' Asia Package)

 

The festival has been made possible thanks to the collaboration with Encompass Network'Queer' Asia, The Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement and lgbtQ+@CAM at the University of Cambridge and with sponsorship from National Lottery's 25th Anniversary.

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