FilmLöwinKino: A Queer-Feminist Film Series
Rafiki – With post-film discussion: Queer Thinking!
Thursday, September 10 at 7pm
Moderated by Sophie Charlotte Rieger & in collaboration with Queer Media Society!
In bright bubble gum pictures, Rafiki tells the story of two star-crossed queer lovers in modern day Kenya. Director Wanuri Kahiu takes cares to portray a positive picture of her home country, without sweeping Kenya's problems under the rug.
KE 2018, DIRECTOR: Wanuri Kahiu, STARRING: Samantha Mugatsia, Sheila Munyiva, Jimmi Gathu, 82 min., ages 12+
Following the film is a discussion about what roll queer stories currently play in cinema, what makes a story "queer" and why we hope for more stories about queer lives, loves and desires. On the stage with Filmlöwin is Sookee, musician and member of Queer Media Society, as well as moderator Tarik Tesfu.
*Tickets 8 € / Reduced 7 €
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