Film screening & Get-together Body: Politics − Experimental feminist short films
For this exceptional evening, queer loox offers a selection of short experimental films that question the body in its political and aesthetic dimension.
The selection includes films by artists whose work is at the intersection of performance, video art and cinema.
The screening will be preceded by an introduction presenting the directors and the importance of experimental cinema in the feminist avant-garde.
dir. Maya Deren | US | 1944 | 14 min | no dialogue
dir. Maria Lassnig | AT, USA | 1971 | 10 min | no dialogue
dir. Valie Export | AT | 1974 | 3 min | no dialogue
Mann & Frau & Animal
dir. Valie Export | AT | 1973 | 8 min | no dialogue
dir. Barbara Hammer | US | 1974 | 4 min | no dialogue
dir. Barbara Hammer | US | 1978 | 16 min | no dialogue
dir. Mara Mattuschka | AT, DE | 1993 | 10 min | German intertitles with English subtitles
queer loox is a queer-feminist film and event series in Luxembourg. Queer in a broad sense signifies a crossing of traditional identity categories and implies a critical engagement with the division between the ‘normal’ and the social ‘illegitimate’. The series presents a wide range of feature films, documentaries, video art, ethnographic films, etc. queer loox sees itself as a queer-feminist platform, a meeting-point for discussion, and also dancing.
Tue 05.04.22 >19:00
Hedwig and the Angry Inch
(2001, dir. John Cameron Mitchell)