【来自萨拉热窝】萨拉热窝酷儿节2008 Queer Sarajevo Festival 2008

萨拉热窝酷儿节2008 Queer Sarajevo Festival 2008

 

萨拉热窝酷儿节2008

Queer Sarajevo Festival 200

片长(Length):32mins

完成时间(Year):2009年

导演(Director):萨兹姆 德维塞维奇Masa Hilčišin,玛萨 希尔希辛Ćazim Dervišević

制作机构(Production Company):萨拉热窝酷儿节组委会Organization Q

故事梗概:

第一届萨拉热窝酷儿节原定于2008年9月24日至28日在原波黑首都萨拉热窝举行,内容包括展览,演出,公开讨论以及影片放映。然而开幕式当天,现场就受到反对者们的攻击,至少10人受伤。反对者们要求酷儿节组委会停止向公众开放余下的内容,并最终取消全部计划安排。“杀死同性恋”的标语被人写在酷儿节的标志牌上,参加开幕式的人们受到攻击,被打倒在地。出于各方面的压力,组织者只好对外宣布,原计划5天的活动无法继续进行下去。

在这座标榜着“宽容和多元化”的城市中,酷儿节被认为是“同性恋者叫嚣的舞台”,组织者们也被冠以“卑鄙的外来品”之称。政府官员和街头流氓们的立场如此一样——反对酷儿节,而警察则小心翼翼的保持着中立。尽管酷儿节没有进行下去,但却借此让人们看到了这个民主国家的真相。

酷儿组委会成立于2002年,其宗旨是展示同性恋者们的“生活故事”——他们的日常生活,爱情,交往,友谊,家庭,行动,担忧以及其他“生活要素”,将它们以某种艺术形式搬上舞台,让更多的人们了解他们的生活。

尊重每一个人的权利,尊重他\她的独特性,自我认同,自我定义以及保护他们不被歧视。组委会成立至今,一直以这种价值观为指引,向同性恋者们提供各种帮助。

 

Synopsis:

The first Queer Sarawejo Festival was held on September 24th, 2008. It included exhibitions, performances, public discussions, and films. The opening at the gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts was attacked and left tens of people injured, forcing the organisers, a non-governmental organization Organization Q, to close the rest of the festival to the public and to eventually cancel the whole event. ”Kill the Gays“ was written on their signage. People that wanted to participate in the opening were verbally attacked and beaten up. Following the riots the festival organisers announced to the public that the originally 5 day long planned festival would not be able to continue due to the assailments.

The „city of tolerance and multiculture“ framed the QSF as a „faggot’s provocation“ and its organizers as „imported scum activists.“ The government, subtly and verbally, hooligans and wahhabis, brutally and physically, stood on the same side – against the festival. The police was somewhere in between. QSF was opened leaving a dozen of people injured. Although it did not continue, it remains open, questioning the very nature of democracy in BiH.

Organization Q was formed in September 2002, as the very first LGBTIQ organization in Bosnia and Herzegovina.Queer Sarajevo Festival (QSF) was organized by the Organization Q. The aim of the QSF was to present ‘life stories’ of LGBTIQ persons – their daily lives, loves, relationships, friendships, families, activism, fears, and all other ‘life matters’ and questions with which LGBTIQ persons are confronted.  In order to include queer theory, art and culture into Sarajevo cultural mainstream scene.

The value that always guides the work of the Organization Q is respecting the right of each individual to her/his/sie own uniqueness, self-identification, self-definition and right to non–discrimination on any grounds.

 

导演简历:

萨兹姆 德维塞维奇:

1973出生于原波黑首都萨拉热窝。德维塞维奇童年曾居住在克罗地亚的卡尔罗瓦克,以及塞尔维亚的贝尔格拉德。1987年他回到萨拉热窝,于波黑战争之前完成高中学业,之后参加军队,负伤,伤愈之后进入联合国,成为电台的一名记者。

之后他报考了萨拉热窝的电影学院,但没有通过考试。于是自己买了一台DV摄影机和一台电脑,练习拍摄和剪辑。他和两个朋友一起成立了一家影像公司(XY电影)并开始制作记录片。德维塞维奇制作了一系列纪录片,动画短片,广告片,音乐短片,并出任导演,摄像和编剧。他在许多影片中担任制作人和执行制作,并网页设计和动画片制作也颇有见地。

影片目录

2004 《我见到你我的朋友》

2007 《别无选择》(副导演)

2009 《萨拉热窝酷儿节2008》

 

玛萨 希尔希辛:

出生于1978年,曾参与很多前南斯拉夫地区文化传媒方面的制作,对文化和人权活动颇感兴趣。她曾经学习文学和欧洲学,近期在研究电影和艺术史。本片是她第二部纪录片。

影片目录:

2007 《别无选择》

2009 《萨拉热窝酷儿节2008》

 

Bio-filmography of Director:

– Ćazim Dervišević

Ćazim Dervišević (1973, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina).In childhood lived in Karlovac, Croatia, and Belgrade, Serbia. Returned to Sarajevo in 1987. Finished high school at the begining of the war. Joined the army, got wounded, demobilised, joined UN and worked at their radio as a journalist.

Applied for film academy in Sarajevo, didn’t pass. Bought a DV camera and computer to practice and edit his own stuff. With two friends established a video production (XY Films) and started making documentaries. Worked on a number of documentary films, documentary TV programmes as well as short fiction films, promo films, ads, music clips as either director, cameraman or editor. Worked as producer and executive producer on several projects. Also interested in animations and web design.

Filmography

2004. I See You My Friend (director)

2007. Not If You Can, But You Must (co-director)

2009. Queer Sarajevo Festival 2008 (co-director)

 

– Masa Hilcisin (1978)

has been involved in many cultural and media projects in the region of former Yugoslavia. Her professional interests are linked to cultural and human rights activism. She studied Literature and European Studies. Currently studies Film and ArtHistory. This is her second documentary.
Documentaries:
Not If You Can But You Must (2007)
Queer Sarajevo Festival 2008 (2009)

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