Xpanded Bodies (What's Your Flavor #1)

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Collectif Jeune Cinéma joins the Festival du film de Fesses and Festival Loud and Proud to present two new selections of short films from What's Your Flavor?, a call for experimental films dedicated to queer culture and launched in early 2015 by five programmers. Xpanded Bodies is a programme of films addressing sexuality from contemporary issues incarnated in poetic, political, erotic-pornographic proposals... Each of them is a new invitation to explore the body in the digital era.

As part of the Festival du film de Fesses

Programme:
- Opening Title (Fred Morin, France, 2012, 5’)
- Drops (Bogdan D. Smith, France, 2013, 5’20)
- The Apple (Émilie Jouvet, France, 2008, 5’30)
- Enduring Ornament (MM Serra, USA, 2014, 14’)
- Pix (Antonio Da Silva, Portugal, 2014, 3’15)
- Friend (Sukmeqilme, 2014, 6’30)
- Gate (Alice Colomer Kang, France-China, 2013,14’)
- Neurosex Pornoia: Episode 2 (Abigail Gnash & Eric Pussyboy, Germany, 2015, 11’)
- Pornation (bruce, France, 2012, 10’)

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Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 19:15

Venue: 

  • 20, rue du Temple
    75004   Paris, Paris (75)
    France
    48° 51' 31.0932" N, 2° 21' 13.3632" E