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The LGBT History Month in Slovakia: Description of the Events
Dtum pridania:: 17.01.2012, Autor: Iniciativa Inakost
The LGBT History Month is organised by Iniciatíva Inakos, in cooperation with LGBT Youth Scotland within the Changing Hearts and Minds, Engaging Communities project, supported by the European Commission. Besides Inakos, two other organizations joined the international project: Legebitra from Slovenia and ACCEPT from Romania.
Local partners of Inakos for this project are: Slovak Queer Film Festival, Cinema Lumière, NOMANTINELS Theatre, Open Gallery (OSF) and Q-center.

List of 2012 events:

The Month of LGBT Culture
with Slovak Queer Film Festival
in Cinema Lumière


When: film screenings during February 2012
Where: Cinema Lumière (former Charlie centrum), Špitálska 4, Bratislava
Admission Fee: EUR 4, for FFi 2011 badge holders and FK pass holders EUR 3.

Complete list and description of movies + projection times for download HERE!
(or visit cinema website at: www.aic.sk/kinolumiere)


Feb 2, 6:30 pm K2    Fucking Åmål | Show Me Love
Lukas Moodysson, Sweden, Denmark, 1999, 89 min., 35 mm
In original version (Swedish) with Slovak subt.


Feb 2, 8:00 pm K1    Coming Out
Heiner Carow, Germany, 1989, 107 min., 35 mm
In original version (German) with Slovak subt.


Feb 9, 8:00 pm K1    Weekend
Andrew Haigh, United Kingdom, 2011, 96 min., video
In original version (English) with Slovak subt.


Feb 16, 8:00 pm K1    Ausente | Absent
Marco Berger, Argentina, 2011, 87 min., video
In original version (Spanish) with Slovak and English subt.


Feb 23, 8:00 pm K1    Tomboy
Céline Sciamma, France, 2011, 84 min., 35 mm
In original version (French) with Slovak and English subt.


Screenings are realised in co-operation with the Slovak Queer Film Festival and Cinema Lumière.


Music and Dance:  Queer Party

When: Feb 3, 2012 (Friday), 9:00 pm
Where: KC Dunaj, Nedbalova 3, Bratislava
(4th floor of the Shopping Centre Dunaj, entrance from Nedbalova)
DJs: Pixy, Saint Mark, Sani
Admission Fee: EUR 3


Queer Party is a party for gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transgender people and their friends. On Friday, Feb 3 you are all welcome to enjoy the queer night in in KC Dunaj on Nedbalova 3, Bratislava. The event starts at 9:00 pm with DJ Pixy, at 10:30 pm she is replaced by DJ Saint Mark. Both of them are ready to play songs of high relevance for the queer community. However, their sets will not offer cheap pop-music, but good past and present tunes, from indies to electro. The Queer Party is an ideal opportunity to get to know the best from the queer music. At 12:30 pm, DJ Sani takes over, playing house, deep house or nu dance.
The event is organised by Iniciatíva Inakos, within the pilot LGBT History Month project.


Theatre: Sissies

When: Feb 6, 2012 (Monday), 7:00 pm
Where: Štúdio 12, Jakubovo nám. 12, Bratislava
Admission Fee: EUR 1


This NOMANTINELS play is a story of a trip of four young people that had met in specific circumstances. After several years, Artie and Lenny meet at a therapy session, while Lenny is a therapist and Artie an unsuccessful filmmaker. Ria is a young actress and meets Annie, a lawyer, online. They develop a relationship that disturbs their groovy life. At the end, all four go for a trip that is going to change their lives significantly, however differently in each case. The play mostly speaks of prejudices the LGBT people face to, and difficulties they encounter when starting relationships.
The event is a part of The LGBT History Month, a project of Iniciatíva Inakos, organised in cooperation with NOMANTINELS Theatre.


Discussion: Queer Art and Artists

When: Feb 11, 2012 (Saturday) 4:00 pm
Where: Q-centrum, YMCA, Karpatská 2, Bratislava
Admission Fee: entrance free


What are the Czech and Slovak queer artists live stories? What is common to them and how do they speak to us today? How can we experience queer art in paintings, films, theatre plays in our countries? Is Slovak and Czech queer art somewhat different or specific here than elsewhere?
Invited for the discussion: Ladislav Zikmund-Lender (CR), Daniel Zemaník, Róbert Šveda, Peter Janáik, Anna Dauíková, Lenka Kukurová and others.
Moderated by: Dušan Veselovský and Monika Grochová
The event is organised by Iniciatíva Inakos within the pilot LGBT History Month project, in cooperation with Q-centrum.


Discussion: History of Queer (Czecho)Slovakia

When: Feb 18, 2012 (Saturday), 5:00 pm
Where: Open Galery, Baštová 5, Bratislava
Admission Fee: entrance free


After November 1989, there suddenly was a room for investigating new, up to November tabooed topics in social sciences and arts. Was it also reflected in the topic of LGBT history? What is the situation in Czech Republic and in Slovakia? Jana Zezulová, the gender studies expert, from Monos voby invites several experts for discussion: Martin C. Putna from the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University in Prague, Jan Seidl, a historian, from the same institution, and Martin Macek from the History Institute of SAS, Bratislava.
The event is organised by Iniciatíva Inakos within the pilot LGBT History Month project.


Reading: Who will tell your story?

When: Feb 22, 2012 (Wednesday), 7:00 pm
Where: Štúdio 12, Jakubovo nám. 12, Bratislava
Admission Fee: EUR 1


Public reading of auctorial prose and poetry, stories about LGBT lives. The texts will be taken from poems and stories sent within Who will tell their story?  call. The aim is to make LGBT relationships visible, talk about them, and to stimulate people to speak out their stories of love, that might have been refused or considered wrong in their cultures or families.
The event is a part of The LGBT History Month, a project of Iniciatíva Inakos, organised in cooperation with NOMANTINELS Theatre.


Theatre: Na doraz

When: Feb 27, 2012 (Monday), 7:00 pm
Where: Štúdio 12, Jakubovo nám. 12, Bratislava
Admission Fee: EUR 1

Vlasta is a former housewife, who once wanted to study. Lujza is a biology post-graduate who wants to marry. Petra is an unemployed and wants to be perfect. What do they have in common? Unfulfilled dreams. They meet in sanatorium, where they have their haircuts, pedicure and manicure done. The new production of NOMANTINELS Theatre is about abusing the power and awkward implications of gender stereotypes.


And...
We would be happy if You join with friends and colleagues and organise an event in your neighbourhood or workplace. If you would like to tell us about an event, let us know.
We can publicise it on our list (write us about your event to
inakost@inakost.sk).


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