The 14th edition of Pink Screens, Brussels Queer Film Festival, will take place from 12 to 21 November 2015. Pink Screens celebrates genders and sexualities with over 80 films: short and feature films, fiction, documentaries and experimental, disconcerting and impertinent, from Belgium and from beyond with one common goal - to challenge standard representations and stereotypical cases.
The epicentre of Pink Screens is Cinema Nova, a privileged platform for the alternative scene in Brussels, which wears the colors of the festival for the occasion. Here are the 2 films that will be screened for the opening : « A Escondidas » (Spain) by Mikel Rueda and « The Summer of Sangailé » (France / Lithuania) by Alanté Kavaïté, Best Director at this year’s Sundance festival.
But Pink Screens is also 10 days of exhibitions, rants, performances and meetings to take by storm and deconstruct existing binaries: woman/man, masculine/feminine, gay/hetero, dyke/fag, trans/organic.
And finally, if only to have a drink before or after a screening or to party into the wee hours of Thursday evening to the sound of the new queer nightlife scene, Pink Screens is 10 days of festivities leading inevitably to the infamous Pink Night, on Saturday November 21st at GB58
More information on www.pinkscreens.org