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STHLM Pride: Shortly loves Queer Films 2017-08-01T11:10:35+00:00

STHLM PRIDE

Image gallery from the event

STHLM PRIDE

Shortly loves Queer Films

Queer films? Short films? Short, queer films? Queer, short films? Call it what you want, but we’re calling all rebels of film to be part of our art-meets-debate Pride event on July 31, 2017.

Join us for a dose of art and lively discussion at our special short-film screening at Pride House. Not only will we screen three hard-to-find and challenging queer short films, we’ll also tackle the issues facing the queer film industry from the short-film perspective during our panel discussion curated by Anna Linder.

Why? because at Shortly we love film. And because we’re not the film police – we are the film rebels. We love to challenge Hollywood’s creative shortcomings, the conventions of the existing short film scene, and the elitism of those who oppose art for everyone.

 

We’ll be screening:

  1. Strip-Tease of Marie Louise Ekman, 1982, 3 min, Animation
  2. Manhood of Mia Engberg, 1999, 10 min, Documentary
  3. MAN of Maja Borg, 2016, 12 min, Experimental

Curated by Anna Linder

 

Panel

  • Alexi Carpentieri
    An actor, screenwriter, director and cinematographer. Having starred in over thirty films his work in Dyke Hard has garnered a cult following.
  • Jasmine Idun Isdrake
    The CEO of Playcentric Industries & Institute / Story Architect. Isdrake is a Film Director and Curator, as well as a Creative Director in the game industry. As a cyborg experimenting with non-verbal communication and identities in the digital domains, diversity has always been important in her works, spanning from short films and interactive installations, to implanting a male voice in its own body.
  • Ulrika Skoog Holmgaard
    Head of Film and Live på bio (Event cinema) at Folkets hus och Parker. She has been involved in performing arts since 1990, when she started working for China Theatre and Folkan and Wallmans Nöjen. She then went on to found Theatre Plaza by Thorsten Flinck as well as her own production company. She also served as cultural attache at the Swedish Embassy in Berlin and headed the employer organisation for the performing arts, Svensk Scenkonst, as CEO.

 

We only have 78 seats available so, first in, best dressed! Join the rebellion!