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Q&A with Weema Askri, Mawjoudin Queer Film Festival

October 18 @ 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm

Join us for Instagram live conversation between Weema Askri general coordinator of Mawjoudin Queer Film Festival in Tunis and Eve Osman. Our Instagram can be found here:
Weema Askri (They/Them) is a queer, LGBTIQ+ activist from Tunisia, they are passionate about empowering the LGBTQIA+ community in Tunisia and Africa and raising awareness about their issues. Weema is the coordinator of Mawjoudin Queer Film Festival in its third edition taking place next year March 2021. They are currently the project officer, working with queer refugees and asylum seekers in Tunisia.
Eve (She/Her) is a member of Munich Feminist Project, she can be found performing feminist theatre, improv theatre, or moonlighting as a software architect. You can find her on Instagram @EveIsWurzig for queer memes/news.
The Mawjoudin Queer Film Festival” is an annual film festival in Tunisia celebrating the LGBT community. It began in 2018, as the first queer film festival in the country and all of North Africa. The focus is on queer identities, especially in people from the Global South. The festival conceives of itself as audacious; it deals more with the intersectional approach in the fight against gender-based discriminations and repression. Its unprecedented screening program rhymes with discoveries, stimulate reflection and aspire to illuminate basic notions that are blurred or even erroneous in the collective unconscious. The third edition was meant to take place in March 2020, but due to the pandemic of COVID-19, it got postponed to next year, in March 2021.
queer qandī Journeys and Destinations film fest 9-18 October 2020
QTI Coalition of Colour is proud to present our first film festival – an online queer film fest focused on issues of migration and movement. The festival will have live events, panels with filmmakers, activists and scholars as well as conversations with cast and crew on Saturday and Sunday 17-18 October.
queer qandī Journeys and Destination Film Fest has been made possible thanks to a collaboration with Encompass Network, ‘Queer’ Asia, The Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement and lgbtQ+@CAM at the University of Cambridge and with sponsorship from National Lottery’s 25th Anniversary.


October 18
3:00 pm - 3:45 pm
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QTI Coalition of Colour