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Movies day with SOUL:FEST

08 feb

Dato

08.02.2020, 12:00
Gratis
Vi inviterer dig til hyggelig stemning med screening af film, der er produceret af lokale racegjorte filminstruktør.

Soul:fest is inviting you to our movies day. Join us for screening of movies made by BIPOCs film directors, followed by a panel discussion highlighting diversity in the film industry in Denmark and the rest of Scandinavia.
We will share the titles of the movies and the name of the panelists soon, so stay tuned!

SOUL:FEST challenges traditional approaches towards art representation in Denmark. We are creating spaces where BPOCs in Copenhagen can show their artistic, cultural, and ethnic diversity while being paid a fair wage. soul:fest welcomes everyone to come and join in.

Vi inviterer dig til “Movies with SOUL:FEST”. Kom til hyggelig stemning med screening af film, der er produceret af lokale racegjorte filmstruktør, efterfulgt af en paneldebat, der skal belyse mangfoldighed i filmindustrien i Danmark og resten af Skandinavien. Vi sælger snack og drikkelse på stedet.
Vi deler snart titlerne på filmene og navnet på paneldeltagerne, så hold dig tunet!

SOUL:FEST udfordrer traditionelle tilgange til kunstrepræsentation i Danmark. Vi vil skabe et rum, hvor racegjorte i København kan vise deres kunstneriske, kulturelle og etniske mangfoldighed, samtidig med at de får en rimelig løn. SOUL:FEST byder alle velkommen til at komme og deltage.

IMPORTANT:

SOUL:FEST wants to create a safe and tolerant atmosphere and will not tolerate hateful speeches and behaviour;
NO SEXISM, NO ABLEISM, NO AGEISM, NO RACISM, NO HOMOPHOBIA, NO CLASSISM, NO FATPHOBIA, NO TRANSPHOBIA, AND NO HATE.

1. Consent; Before you touch anyone or discuss sensitive topics, ask if they are comfortable with that. Don’t assume your physical & emotional boundaries are the same as other people.

2. Be aware of your privileges; including less obvious or invisible hierarchies. Think about how your words, opinions, and feelings are influenced and who they might exclude or harm. Be aware of power dynamics within a group and how much space you take in it.

3. Calling out/in and taking responsibility; if you have acted or spoken harmfully, even if unintentionally, someone will bring this up with you. If this happens, listen and reflect on what they are saying even if you think they may be wrong. Don’t try to absolve yourself of responsibility.
(Safer space policies, adapted from Sisters Uncut, Bibimbatty and Cutie. BiPoc festival)