Pugs in Love
Do17Jun(Jun 17)18:00Sa19(Jun 19)23:00Pugs in LoveQueer Week 2021VeranstaltungsartGespräch,Performance
QUEER FUTURE. Coming Soon. In the opening discussion – in cooperation with »Missy Magazine«, the panellists, Olympia Bukkakis among others, take a look through a pair of queer-future-glasses.
QUEER FUTURE. Coming Soon. In the opening discussion – in cooperation with »Missy Magazine«, the panellists, Olympia Bukkakis among others, take a look through a pair of queer-future-glasses. Over on Instagram, Erklär mir mal… is already setting the mood for Queer Week in advance. The DARK ROOM revisited theatre-film (directed by: Paul Spittler, text: Jchj V. Dussel) celebrates its dark and glittery premiere. In strings attached, Jil Dreyer picks up, together with the audience, the loose strands of queer desire, weaving them into an archive of queer futures. The next day the conversation begun in the opening panel discussion is continued in two Instagram Live talks with Perel, Debora Antmann and Raquel Kishori Dukpa – QUEER FUTURE. Part 2. A special edition of Hengameh Yaghoobifarah’s podcast, AUF EINE TÜTE, will be recorded live in the yurt in the Gorki Garten. QUEEP, by fleischlin/meser among others, searches for a queer future beyond the preconceived paths. Those who stream DARK ROOM revisited on the second evening will have the opportunity to catch an artist talk about darkrooms and safe(r) spaces following the screening.
The third day of the festival begins with QUEER IN TRANSLATION, a translation workshop in search of queer linguistic forms, in collaboration with Drama Panorama. Queer natural forms are what Daniel Cremer traces together with the participants in the P.A.N. – PERVY AS NATURE eco-sensual workshop. The panel discussion about international queer drama promises to SURF DURCH UNDEFINIERTES GELÄNDE (surf through undefined terrain), with guests including Jayrôme C. Robinet. MIC DROP. Reading Queer Literature is hosted together with »Glitter – die Gala der Literaturzeitschriften« and Drama Panorama and passes the mic to Marine Bachelot Nguyen and Azadê Peşmen, among others. The last chance to see DARK ROOM revisited is followed by an artist talk with actors* from the #actout movement, including Elena Schmidt and Knut Berger. And to top it all off, HYENAZ’ SECRETIONS will turn up the musical heat on every evening: with DJs from the Berlin underground scene and extravagant performers.
17 (Donnerstag) 18:00 - 19 (Samstag) 23:00
Maxim-Gorki-TheaterAm Festungsgraben 2, 10117 Berlin