TranScreen goes Cavia: LOVE IS LIKE THE WEATHER – Curated by Coral Short

TranScreen Presents:
LOVE IS LIKE THE WEATHER
Filmhuis CAVIA
Sat 21 February, 20:00 – 23:30
A Film and Video Screening
Curated by Coral Short
50:26 min
Coral Short will be present. Let’s have a nice talk after the screening.
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Love. We can’t live without it! One of our favorite conversation topics will be investigated thoroughly through a wide range of stunning North American queer video makers. This program is about the changeable nature of love throughout our lives including its successes and blisses as well as its trials and tribulations. Love includes both the bright sunny days as well as the cloudy storms of our tender queer/trans hearts. These performative filmmakers will cover many of the miraculous fluctuating states that love brings to our bodies and minds. This curation is full of searching and journeying through beautifully visceral landscapes, through heartache, desire, vulnerability and intimacy.

Thank you to Celeste Chan (SF) Nabeela Vega (DC) Ellen Nielsen (Chicago) and Devon Gallegos from MIX NYC for helping to create this bill with me. Thank you also to Groupe Intervention Vidéo (GIV)and Ok.Quoi?! Arts Festival

Entry Loop Film: Sofia Moreno UNTITLED 2012 12.12
A homage to her personal journey and TransExperience expressed through a critique of femininity/masculinity, beauty, the grotesque and the possibility of human transcendence. sound by La Spacer.

Nash Glynn THERE WAS A LAND 2014 2:04
Lover Earth can be formally understood as a body of work, a body of land, or a green fagotty cyber goddess eco-terrorist dyke drag queen. She seeks pleasure by disrupting the false dichotomies that Nature and history/ man and woman/ male and female are inherently separate, which heterosexism and environmental domination depend on.

Nabeela Vega LV/R:2 2014 (4.54)
La Vie En Rose – second iteration, love letter to patty chang

E. Hearte – WHAT I WANT/ WHAT I HAVE 2014 (2.25)
Incongruities between body and gender become an obstacle for lovers as they navigate the painfully awkward rift between dysphoria and desire. Super 8 double exposure.

GAYmous – (Let’s Pretend We Don’t Have) FEELINGS 2014 (5.36)
Motivated by a dare and a mutual belief in the power of the synthesizer, Bay Area Slut Step duo GAYmous started emotionally scissoring with audiences in 2012. Their current single will leave you covered in sweat and glitter and ready to process your myriad relationships. Learn more atwww.gaymousband.com.

Raphaële Frigon DIAMONDS 2013 (2.02)
tears for queers – tears for change.

Shayo Detchema L’HIVER INCONSOLABLE 2014 (3.40)
Inhabited by the many losses of a long journey with HIV/AIDS, self-representative characters parade in a perpetual winter. Different moving tableaux evoke possible deliverances.

Eduardo Restrepo Castaño & Nash Glynn
SOFT APOCALYPSE 2014 (2.27)
~YOUR PLANET IS CHANGING ~FEAR IS ESSENTIAL ~I LOVE YOU LIKE A GLACIER LOVES THE TOUCH OF THE SUN ~THE END OF THE WORLD HAS ALREADY OCCURED ~YOU ARE HERE WITH ME ~I LOVE YOU LIKE THE OCEAN LOVES THE TASTE OF THE COAST

Larose S. Larose IF I COULD TURN BACK TIME (4.10) 2011
Part of the series « All these songs are about you and I ». The protagonists are invited to select a song which echoes the state of their relationship, highlighting emotions otherwise hidden by the cultural codes connected to the original text. http://www.cestpascommecaquonfaitlamour.com/projets/

Rae Spoon & Chelsea McMullan OCEAN BLUE 2012 (3.49)
Music Video for the first single Ocean Blue off of Rae Spoon’s new album I Can’t Keep all of our Secrets.

Elisha Lim THE EX BANK 2012 (1.18)
Have you ever found yourself just missing an ex for too long? This is a safety deposit box.

Sofia Morena PORN AGAIN VOL 1 2012 (5.05)
This is part of a series of experimental videos, sexual paraphernalia, collages, paintings and live performances that capture and document her sexuality and the years of sexual disappointment that left her immune to emotional contact with another human body. Vol. 1 explores and celebrates the mind and sexuality of a body in constant transition.

Joshua Vettivelu GLORY HOLE 2012 (4.29)
Glory Hole consists of an architecture that obstructs through reflection and a performance that produces an object (seemingly endlessly, seemingly autonomously) outwards. Six hundred synthetic Easter lilies are bound together and slowly excreted into the space of the art fair. At the end of this process, the garland is undone and the process begins again. Glory Hole reflects a moment where the cultural, the sentimental, and the spiritual become commercial commodity.

Malic Amalya No. 5: MY HEART, OVERREACHES 2013 (2.03)
“My heart overreaches; It swells; It falls” –Huggy Bear
Detours & Fences is a video series that traverses the tensions between preciousness and abjection within the discarded and the overlooked.

Kristin Li YOU DON’T OWN ME 2014 (2.33)
queer liberation or neoliberal liberty?

Crystal Mason IN MY OWN HANDS 2012 (3.50)
In My Own Hands was commissioned by Queer Rebels Production for Queer Rebels of the Harlem Renaissance. This video explores self love on the margins. How do we love ourselves when we are constantly seen as the other, as an outsider as beyond the pale.

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damage: € 4
collect tickets at 20:00
screening starts at 20:30