Let the Right One In (@ Kriterion)

Klassieke Horror film uit 2008 (Zweden) gepresenteerd door TranScreen tijdens de Pride in Amsterdam. De mooiste, fijnste vampierfilm ever! Donderdag 2 augustus 21:30 Filmhuis Kriterion Amsterdam.

5 mei “Check It” Acceptance is Worth Fighting For!

To celebrate Liberation day on the 5th of May -the end of the second world war-  we screen: “Check It”
plus a short film, banned from Turkey:
In collaboration with Cinema Kriterion.

19:30 Kriterion, Roetersstraat 170, 1018 WE Amsterdam
Reserveren: 020 623 17 08

From http://www.tribecafilm.com:

Fed up with being pushed around, a group of gay and trans teens of color form a gang and fight back on the brutal streets of Washington D.C. They call their gang ‘Check it’ and this group of one-time victims of bullying, rape and abuse have turned the tables on anyone trying to hurt them. The group formed to provide its members safety in numbers and let people know that if they jump a queer kid in D.C., they may get beaten into a coma.

This raw and intimate portrait follows three childhood friends as they struggle to survive and claw their way out of gang life through an unlikely avenue: fashion. Co-directors Toby Oppenheimer and Dana Flor create a moving story of empowerment and a provocative exploration of class, marginalization and gang violence in the United States.


Yeniden Doğuş, Rebirth

Rebirth is a dance ritual. With every move, we are born again. With every little step, we cut the umbilical cord. With every turn, we create a new shell for ourselves.

Rebirth reflects the transformation of a performer with every beat on stage. She/he tears apart the veils the society has stitched on her/himself during the ritual. She/he gives birth to her/his new identity over and over again.

Directors: Gökçe Oraloğlu & Zehra Gökcimen
Cast: Ahsen Gönülce
Turkey, 2017, 4’, color
Turkish with English subtitles

May 30th – June 2nd 2019

TranScreen 2019 is van 30 mei 2019  tot en met 2 juni 2019 in Kriterion Amsterdam. We kijken er naar uit je daar te zien. Ondertussen hebben we een nieuwe kerngroep met drie nieuwe leden, we stellen ons binnenkort hier voor.  Schrijf je in op onze nieuwsbrief.

TranScreen 2019 will take place from May30th 2019 till June 2nd 2019. Submissions will be open from October 15th, 2019, If you want to stay informed, sign up for our newsletter.

We hope to welcome you there.

We have a new crew, with 3 new members. We will introduce ourselves here soon.

Past events…

Zaterdag 10 maart 19:45 – 21:30
Vrijdag 16 maart 17:30 – 19:30
 ‘Just Charlie’ at Roze Filmdagen

Zondag 11 maart 19:45 – 21:15
Zondag 18 maart 13:45 -15:15
‘Shorts EVERYTHING HAS CHANGED’ at Roze Filmdagen

Maandag 23 april – Dutch shorts
Outvieuw Queer Filmfestival ATHENE

Zaterdag 5 mei – tba

Queer legacies: Transforming practice in museums and galleries post-2017

Watch the video of this event on FaceBook

Wed 7 March 2018
10:30 – 17:00 GMT
Brighton Museum & Art Gallery
The Old Courthouse 118 Church Street (side entrance)
Brighton, England BN1 1UD

Link to event.

Queer Legacies is a one-day conference exploring the impact on the museum and galleries sector of programming to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in the UK in 2017. Have LGBTQ collaborations and events in the museum and gallery sector during 2017 created a permanent legacy? Have they helped to challenge and change the ways in which museums and galleries look at and share their collections, how they operate and how they collaborate with diverse communities? The conference explores the challenges and successes of projects over the past year, from the point of view of museums, galleries and the communities with which they have collaborated, and the legacy that is transforming the ways in which the sector works.

Amsterdam Museum: Community acknowledgement and transforming museum
practice; from outreach to ‘inreach’.

Illustrated by the Amsterdam Museum projects Transmission and Trans* Objects (video art project of TranScreen edition 2017), together with Amsterdam Museum we will give a presentation. Our main focus will be on the need for community acknowledgement and for museum accessibility, in order for museums to play a constructive role in empowering and connecting people. We will talk about representation and identity in the Amsterdam Museum but mainly take our audiences with us on a journey of transforming museum practice. Our presentation aims to be an inspirational talk about making the museum more relevant and accessible based on working with communities, and, in the context of acknowledgement and reciprocity, about the added value of a museum can bring to LGBTQI+ communities.


This event is organised by Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove. Each year the Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove, organises a national conference for the museums sector with support from the Arts Council of England.