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数十年来,酷儿影展对于酷儿社群的意义举足轻重。它不断为有天赋的新影人提供展示拳脚的舞台,也持续为被主流社会边缘化的酷儿群体提供倾诉故事、研讨议题的论坛;同时,它也让各种各样的酷儿人群聚集在一个特殊的安全空间里,认识彼此,了解彼此。


For decades, queer film festivals has made great significance within the queer communities. They continue to build stages for talented filmmakers, and platforms for marginalized queer communities to tell their stories. At the same time, they provides safe spaces for queer people to get to know each other.


时至今日,我们应该如何去定义酷儿影展在酷儿生活和文化中所扮演的角色?在流媒体大行其道的今天,以线下活动为主的酷儿影展面临着怎样的挑战?在诸多影展及影院因这场全球疫情而被迫取消歇业的境况下,酷儿影展的未来发展将经历怎样的转变?


Today, how do we define the role queer film festivals play in modern queer life and queer culture? In an era of streaming, what kind of challenges are queer film festivals that are dominated by offline events facing? Under the circumstances where film festivals and cinemas are closing on a global scale under covid, what kind of changes will happen for the future of queer film festivals?


5月19日北京时间晚9点,锁定SHCRAD.IO,由上海酷儿影展的姐妹组织CINEMQ呈现的《酷儿荧屏二三事》直播秀第三期,将与来自上海酷儿影展的创始人与总策展人Ting,与伦敦Queer East影展的创始人与总策展人Yi Wang一起,深度讨论酷儿影展的过去,现在和将来。


At May 19th 9pm, CINEMQ Presents <Queer Screen Chitchat>, Episode III.

Ting, founder and director of Shanghai Queer Film Festival and Yi Wang, founder and head curator of Queer East in London, will take a deep-dive in the past, present and future of queer film festivals.



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