Audio: Czech | Subtitles: EN
KineDok and Creative Pragues invite you to queer stitches with atmospheric DJ accompaniment, a screening of a formally fresh documentary Humans and a silent disco with Zlá neděle and Daniel Bašta. The whole programme will take place as part of the event Zabydli džungli at the front of the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University (Pátkova 2137/5, Prague 8 ) and is FREE and ENGLISH FRIENDLY. 🔥 Schedule of the evening: ➡ 18:00 – 20:00 queer stitches with Lenka Juchelková + DJ JO ➡ 20:15 screening of the documentary film Humans and discussion with Kateř Tureček and Lenka Králová ➡ 21:30 – 23:00 silent disco – DJs Zlá neděle a Daniel Bašta ------------------------------------------------------- 🟡 𝗤𝗨𝗘𝗘𝗥 𝗦𝗧𝗜𝗧𝗖𝗛𝗘𝗦 Queer stitches is queer fiber arts club to meet, learn and radicalize each other. We are open to beginners and intermediate crocheters, knitters, embroiders, … It was started in 2022 by Lenka Juchelková. More info: https://queer-stitches.tumblr.com/ 🟡 𝐃𝐉 𝐉𝐎 Disc jockey of many names and many faces, half of the Prague DJ duo AD&HD, DJ JO will organize a rainbow feast that is not to be ignored or taken too seriously. There will be music for epicures and losers alike. DJ JO will accompany Queer Stitches before the screening with his unusually ambient set. 🟡 𝗛𝘂𝗺𝗮𝗻𝘀 (r. Kateř Tureček, 2022, Czech Republic, 47 min.) Trans and non-binary people on the way to understanding from the public and their close ones. An inventive documentary about finding one's own place in modern society, about trying to be accepted, and about how we should all view each other primarily as people. Trailer: https://youtu.be/HZPRjKwWRV4 🟡 Daniel Bašta Seventies and eighties funk and disco with breaks into African rhythms and beats. 🟡 Zlá neděle The music of the 90s and 90s that shaped the musical taste of Generation Z. Those who grew up on Ace, Eye and VH1 with Nelly Furtado, or Elephunk records will find it to their liking.
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Trans and non-binary people on the way to understanding from the public and their close ones. An inventive documentary about finding one's own place in modern society, about trying to be accepted, and about how we should all view each other primarily as people.
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