Queering the Script

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Gabrielle Zilkha

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2019

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Canada, USA

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Dokumentar

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93

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Engelsk uden undertekster

TW:

I 2016 blev et rekordhøjt antal kvindelige, queer karakterer dræbt på tv. Hvad der var hjerteskærende for mange fans, var også starten på en succesfuld kampagne for bedre og mere forskelligartet LGTBQ+-repræsentation. Filmen besøger ClexaCon, hvor fans nørder fandoms sammen med ligesindede. Queer tv-personligheder og adskillige seje fans slutter sig til samtalen om queer kvinders repræsentation på tv og om den ubestridelige indflydelse, LGBTQ+-fangrupper har på de serier, vi ser.

INSTRUKTØR

Gabrielle Zilkha

"Gabrielle Zilkha is an award-winning filmmaker born to a family of funny neurotics in Montreal whom she credits for her love of storytelling and addiction to carbs. Gabrielle is passionate about telling stories that are from the margins and, most of all, stories that make people laugh. Her work has been screened around the world and covered by the the Huffington Post, Globe and Mail, Indiewire and the CBC. Beyond writing and directing ""Queering the Script"", Gabrielle’s recent credits include the CBC digital series ""Queer (Self) Portraits"" (TO Webfest Award for Best LGBT Series), the feature broadcast documentary ""Doing Jewish: A Story From Ghana"" (Vision TV) about a small tribe in Ghana on a journey of self-discovery after recently discovering their Jewish roots. . Her short comedy ""Stop Calling Me Honey Bunny"" (2013) was shortlisted for the Iris Prize and the recipient of multiple audience and jury awards. Passionate about equity and promoting diversity in the media industry, Gabrielle also works as the Director of Programming for POV 3rd Street, an organization dedicated to helping marginalized and under-represented youth break into the media industry through education, training, mentorship and job placement"

Gabrielle Zilkha

"Gabrielle Zilkha is an award-winning filmmaker born to a family of funny neurotics in Montreal whom she credits for her love of storytelling and addiction to carbs. Gabrielle is passionate about telling stories that are from the margins and, most of all, stories that make people laugh. Her work has been screened around the world and covered by the the Huffington Post, Globe and Mail, Indiewire and the CBC. Beyond writing and directing ""Queering the Script"", Gabrielle’s recent credits include the CBC digital series ""Queer (Self) Portraits"" (TO Webfest Award for Best LGBT Series), the feature broadcast documentary ""Doing Jewish: A Story From Ghana"" (Vision TV) about a small tribe in Ghana on a journey of self-discovery after recently discovering their Jewish roots. . Her short comedy ""Stop Calling Me Honey Bunny"" (2013) was shortlisted for the Iris Prize and the recipient of multiple audience and jury awards. Passionate about equity and promoting diversity in the media industry, Gabrielle also works as the Director of Programming for POV 3rd Street, an organization dedicated to helping marginalized and under-represented youth break into the media industry through education, training, mentorship and job placement"

VISNINGER

DATO+TID

Søndag 1 November

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21:45

Cinemateket—Carl

Queering the Script

I 2016 blev et rekordhøjt antal kvindelige, queer karakterer dræbt på tv. Hvad der var hjerteskærende for mange fans, var også starten på en succesfuld kampagne for bedre og mere forskelligartet LGTBQ+-repræsentation. Filmen besøger ClexaCon, hvor fans nørder fandoms sammen med ligesindede. Queer tv-personligheder og adskillige seje fans slutter sig til samtalen om queer kvinders repræsentation på tv og om den ubestridelige indflydelse, LGBTQ+-fangrupper har på de serier, vi ser.

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VISNINGER

Søndag 1 November

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21:45

Cinemateket—Carl