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- Documentary Film
2008, the opening of the first QUEER SARAJEVO FESTIVAL was closed down by a violent mob, that accused the organizers of blasphemy. Eight people were hospitalized, and the festival was cancelled. COVERED profiles the courage of the four women who organized the festival, and explores the complex politics that inform contemporary Bosnian society, still struggling with the demons of the war.
BIOGRAFIE John Greyson
The Canadian film and video artist was born in Nelson, British Columbia in 1960. He studied film at the Canadian Film Center and has made over 60 award-winning feature films, installations, transmedia works and shorts. In 1989, he won a Teddy Award for Urinal; in 1991, he received another for The Making of Monsters. His work combines documentary and fictional elements and explores issues including queer activism, homophobic violence, AIDS activism, anti-apartheid and anti-war struggles, conflicts in the Middle East, police entrapment and prison abolition. He has taught film production at York University in Toronto since 2014.
FILMOGRAFIE John Greyson (selection)
2021 International Dawn Chorus Day 2020 Auterson Clock 2020 Prurient 2018 Towel 2018 Gazonto 2017 Memurial 2011/2012 Teddy Kurzfilmrolle 2012 2011 Green Laser 2010 Covered 2010 Rex Vs. Singh 2008 Fig Trees 2007 Orange Clouds 1997 Uncut 1993 Zero Patience 1990 The Making of Monsters 1988 Urinal