Application deadline: 15th June 2021 23:00 CET
Participants announcement: end of June 2021
With Kit Hung (main mentor) and guests such as Robert Moussa, Sailesh Naidu, Lamin Leroy Gibba, Zara Zandieh, Fan Popo and Ygor Gama, and more
This workshop aims to facilitate both technical and intellectual conversations around decolonial queer filmmaking. It aims to provide basic tools for each participant to realize at least two small projects during the one-month intensive workshop. From the history of postcolonial queer cinema, decolonial aesthetics, basic storytelling to pitching, basic camera and documentary techniques to montage, the participants’ project conceptualization and production will be accompanied by the main mentor (Kit Hung). Throughout the process, participants will be inspired, provoked, and urged to reflect through sessions hosted by invited guests.
Location will be confirmed to successful applicants (held in Berlin).
Funded by Fonds Soziokultur and The European Solidarity Corps in cooperation with bi’bak and ‘Queer’ Asia in Germany
How to apply?
For more information and details of the workshops and how to apply, click the link below:
Imagining Queer Bandung Filmmaking Workshop
Please attach the following as pdf (English or German language):
– short bio and CV (both max. 1 A4)
– short motivation and project description (one short film to be produced in Berlin) (both max. 1-2 A4)
*If you have any queries or problems with using the forms, please email: hudaragil-at-gmail.com*
SESSIONS – Please only apply if you can attend and commit to the full workshop:
Session 1: Saturday 17.07.2021 10:00–18:00
Session 2: Sunday 18.07.2021 10:00–18:00
Homework 1: 18–24.07.2021
Session 3: Saturday 24.07.2021 10:00 –18:00
Session 4: Sunday 25.07.2021 10:00–18:00
Homework 2: 25.07–06.08.2021
Session 5: Saturday 31.07.2021 10:00–18:00
Session 6: Sunday 1.08.2021 10:00–18:00
Session 7: Saturday 07.08.2021 10:00–18:00
Session 8: Sunday 08.08.2021 10:00–18:00
– Choose to work as an individual or as a group
– Each project will receive free camera and sound equipment, a small budget for production materials, and free food!
– Space is limited to 8 participants only
– The venue is wheelchair accessible.
– While English is the primary working language, we openly accept non-English speaking applicants. If requested, we can provide German translation, sign language translation and/or further linguistic support.
– This offer is free of charge and open for queer BIPOC only.
– One of our project’s aims is to build a community through knowledge sharing and engagement. Due to this, it is obligatory to attend all workshop sessions. Please only apply if you can attend and commit to the full workshop.
– No specific skills or experience required.
– We can offer a certificate confirming participation in this workshop. Please note however that ‘Queer’ Asia and bi’bak are grassroots collectives; we are not affiliated with an academic institution in Germany.
– Due to Covid-19, every participant must show a negative test before entering the space. Everyone must wear a mask during the event and adhere to the social distancing rules of 1.5 meters (to be updated).