Film

Film "Lawrence of Arabia"

Sa, 07.01.2017, 20.00 |
B-Movie
Brigittenstraße 5, Hinterhof
Hamburg-St. Pauli
"Lawrence of Arabia"

„Lawrence of Arabia”

David Lean USA 1962, Neufassung, 227 min., OmU

„Queen of Amsterdam” („Chez Nous“)

Sa, 03.12.2016, 22.00 |
B-Movie
Brigittenstraße 5, Hinterhof
Hamburg-St. Pauli
„Queen of Amsterdam” („Chez Nous“)

„Queen of Amsterdam” („Chez Nous“)

Tim Oliehoek, NL 2013, 101 min., OmdU

Vortrag und Film zum Recht auf Abtreibung international

Do, 24.11.2016, 18.00 |
LiZ libertäres Zentrum
Karolinenstr.21 Hinterhof Haus 2
20357 Hamburg

In den meisten Ländern ist der Schwangerschaftsabbruch immer noch illegal oder aufgrund
seiner Stigmatisierung nicht zugänglich. Weltweit sterben etwa 48.000 Frauen aufgrund
dieser Illegalisierung, etwa 5 Mio. tragen schwerwiegende Gesundheitsschäden davon.

Te Prometo Anarquía (I Promise You Anarchy)

So, 23.10.2016, 17.30 |
Metropolis Kino
Kleine Theaterstraße 10
20354 Hamburg

Julio Hernández Cordón, (MX/DE, 2015, 88’)  -  Language: Spanish, Subtitles: German, English

A mixture of film noir and social drama with many differing styles, Julio Hernández Codrón’s film ­follows friends and lovers, Miguel and Johnny, through Mexico City. When they are not skating, getting high, or exploring their sexuality, they trade their blood illegally for money. At first they merely “milk” themselves or their acquaintances, but soon greed draws them into a coup with unforeseen ­consequences. The story takes on a darker poignancy against the backdrop of the repeated disappearances in the film, which sadly reflects reality in Mexico.

Best of Pornfilmfestival Berlin

Sa, 22.10.2016, 22.30 |
Metropolis Kino
Kleine Theaterstraße 10
20354 Hamburg

Last year the PornFilmFestival Berlin celebrated its 10 year anniversary. Co-curator Manuela Kay will present a “Best of Porn Shorts” film night with excerpts from last year’s programme and a sneak preview of the coming festival which takes place 26th–30th October in Berlin. The festival is renowned for its feminist attitude, and openness for any kind of gender expression and sexual taste, ranging from queer to fetish. The programme is chosen accordingly for an open-minded audience.

Barash

Sa, 22.10.2016, 20.30 |
Passage Kino 1
Mönckebergstraße 17
20095 Hamburg

Michal Vinik, (IL, 2015, 85’) - Language: Hebrew, Subtitle: German

17-year old Na’ama Barash is bored to bits in the dull suburbs of Tel Aviv. Then her sister goes missing at a military base where she’s stationed, and Dana, a new girl at school, brings alcohol, drugs and love into Barash’s life. Michal Vinik’s accomplished film debut tells a complex coming of age story, without ignoring the surrounding social conflicts. A rightful winner of a number of awards in Israel and abroad.

Q-Movie Bar prösentiert: "Chocolate Babies"

Sa, 22.10.2016, 22.30 |
B-Movie
Brigittenstraße 5 Hinterhof
Hamburg St. Pauli

International Queer Film Festival: Chocolate Babies, Stephen Winter, (US, 1996, 83’), engl. OF

Who´s Gonna Love Me Now?

Fr, 21.10.2016, 22.30 |
Passage Kino 1
Mönckebergstraße 17
20095 Hamburg

Tomer Heymann, Barak Heymann (IL/GB, 2016, 85’) - Language: English, Hebrew, Subtitle: German

Saar’s been living in London for the last 20 years, but his past has caught up with him: he was 23 when he left the kibbutz and his ultra orthodox family behind to live an openly gay life. His family has now contacted him, forcing him to consider his place in the world: should he stay in London or return to Israel to face his family’s homophobic attitudes and prejudices regarding his HIV status? This moving documentary with a magical soundtrack from the “London Gay Men’s Choir” won the Panorama Audience Award at this years Berlinale.

Oriented

Do, 20.10.2016, 22.30 |
Passage Kino 1
Mönckebergstraße 17
20095 Hamburg

Jake Witzenfeld, (IL/GB, 2015, 89’) - Language: English, Arabic, Hebrew, Subtitle: English

A documentary about three 20-year-old gay Pales­tinians in Tel Aviv: Khader lives with his Jewish ­boyfriend, David. Naeem’s village-dwelling family doesn’t know that he’s gay and he struggles with coming out to them. Fadi has conflicting feelings after meeting Benyamin, a Jewish man. The film reveals the friends’ personal perspectives on the 2014 Gaza-Israel-conflict, the generational gap, their complex identities as well as the creations of their activist group “Qambuta”.

Transit Havana

Do, 20.10.2016, 20.00 |
Passage Kino 1
Mönckebergstraße 17
20095 Hamburg

Malú, Odette and Juani, all transgender, live in Havana and are part of the “Cenesex” programme initiated by Mariela Castro, the daughter of Raúl Castro, Cuba’s president, who heads the centre for sexual education. “Cenesex“ facilitates gender reassignments financed by the state. However, places are limited. Will the protagonists find their luck despite all difficulties? The topic of ’transition’ also holds true for the portrayal of Cuba as depicted in the documentary – a country full of contradictions.

daniel abma, (NL/DE/CU, 2016, 86’) - Language: Spanish, Dutch, Subtitle: German

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