AFRICAN QUEERS – AFRICAN MOVIES – AFRICAN POLITICS
(in connection with the supporting films)
Which rooms have and do create queer people in Morocco, Rwanda, South Africa, Kenya and Uganda, to live their lives and their rights? Which policies are meaningful and successful? Which significance does film has for the acceptance of queer lifestyles as a means of struggle?
Discussion with the Rwandan filmmaker Ndimbira Claudine Shenge, the Moroccan writer, filmmaker and activists Abdalla Taïa, the Kenyan LGBTIQ* activist Eric Gitari and the Ugandan transgender activist Cleopatra Kambugu.