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Lust*Art

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Lust*Art

24.09.2021 – 03.10.2021

This year’s Luststreifen Film Festival’s kick-off is the queer art exhibition Lust*Art, showing omnipotent queer deities, a lust soundtrack, a loud anti-hetero manifesto in installative form, and other works that break with norms of sexuality and gender. This year the focus is on “consent”: what does consent look like in a Dom/sub relationship, where does consent become visible in dialogue with bodies, how does consent work in relation to disability? Explore queer art in the form of photography, comics, interactive computer games and much more. New this year is the cooperation with the artist residency La Chotte from Salavaux (VD).

In an open panel, guests and interested audience are invited to discuss queer art in Switzerland and the visibility of consent on an artistic level. The vernissage will take place on September 24th starting at 7pm with two performances and artists present. Competition to Art Basel? Sure, just much queerer. The finissage will take place on October 3rd with a performative reading. 

Lust*Art: Warteck, Burgweg 7, 4058 Basel, 3rd floor.

Listening station of Lusttonspur: ROXY Birsfelden. Contemporary theater and dance productions, Muttenzerstrasse 6, 4127 Birsfelden, https://www.theater-roxy.ch/

Artists:

abcde Flash

Chienne De Garde (La Chotte residency)

Dominick Boyle & Romanos Theodoridis

Fabienne Bieri

Lina Ehrentraut

Levin Stettler-Brogli

Ira Giol

Sarah Wimmer

Selma Matter & Marie Lucienne Verse

Taje

Tanja Baltermia & Piet Esch

Valerie Reding

Opening Hours: 

Friday 24.09.21, 19.00-23.00

19.00 Vernissage

20.00 Performances: Walking a straight Line won’t get you around the World (Levin Stettler-Brogli) / “This body doesn’t belong to you” (Chienne De Garde) / LOOKING (Dominick Boyle & Romanos Theodoridis)

Saturday 25.09.21, 13.00-21.00

Sunday 26.09.21, 13.00-17.0

Tuesday 28.09.21

19.00-22.00, Open Panel on Queer Art Switzerland / Consent in Art

Friday 01.10.21, 18.00 – 22.00

Saturday 02.10.21, 14.00 – 22.00

Sunday 03.10.21, 11.00 – 17.00

14.30 – Finissage, ALICE, HOW FAR DON’T YOU HAVE TO GO UNTIL YOUR LEGS ARE DISTURBED (Matter*Verse) – in German

The Lust*Art is wheelchair accessible. 

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Tickets

Available from September 15th

Due to the current situation with COVID-19, we would like to avoid queues and crowds in front of neues kino. We ask you to purchase your tickets online and only in exceptional cases at the box office on site.

Online tickets

We offer a free online advance booking service at luststreifen.com. In the programme overview you will find links to the online box office for the film screening of your choice. Tickets can be paid for by credit card or PostFinance card. When you purchase your tickets, the adjacent seats to the left and right will be automatically blocked for you. For groups of two or more, it is therefore advisable to book the seats together to be able to sit together.

Box office

Available at the box office of neues kino directly before the screening. Entry 30 minutes before the start of the film.

Prices

Tickets: CHF 16.-/14.-

Reduced: AHV/IV, KulturLegi, students

Programm

+ Side Program

+ 30. September 2021

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+ 1. Oktober 2021

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+ 2. Oktober 2021

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+ 3. Oktober 2021

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+ Lust*Events

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+ Film

+ 30. September 2021

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+ 1. Oktober 2021

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+ 2. Oktober 2021

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+ 3. Oktober 2021

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+ Lust*Events

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Jury & Awards

Luststreifen Film Festival presents four Lust Awards again this year: «Audience Award», «Best Documentary Short», «Best Fictional Short» and «Best Porn Short». The Lust Awards are awarded by a selected professional jury of experts, in recognition of outstanding cinematic achievements. As last year, the audience by means of an analogue voting system votes for the «Audience Award».

Jury

Sylva Häutle

Sylva Häutle studied Visual Anthropology in Munich. Since then she has followed her passion – film – founded a production company, worked for the Münchner Kammerspiele and launched the Queer Film Festival Munich. This leads to her second passion – a commitment to queer issues. She has directed and curated the festival since 2015 and has built it into a firmly institutionalised part of Munich’s festival landscape. As a queer political activist, she is committed to the visibility of alternative lifestyles. She curates queer film programmes, is a welcome panel guest, moderates film talks and is occasionally appointed to juries, e.g. Berlinale TEDDY Award. In her position at German Films, she is in contact with international programmers and producers throughout the year and advises on German films and festival strategies as Head of Festival Relations & Producers Liaison.

Sylva Häutle

Juliette Uzor

In her work, Juliette Uzor is interested in collaborative and interdisciplinary processes. She works with the positioning of bodies in space and their ambivalent relationships to each other. Juliette Uzor studied art/mediation and art history in Bern and Zurich and also studied film studies for a few semesters. In addition to her studies, she dances and plays theatre. In 2016 she began her studies in Contemporary Dance at the Manufacture – Haute école des arts de la scène in Lausanne, which she completed in summer 2019. She currently works in various dance and theatre projects in Switzerland and abroad and shows her own work at Tanzhaus Zürich, Kunsthalle Zürich and Off-Spaces, among others, often in collaboration with Elie Autin. In summer 2021, Juliette was part of the Performance Art Festival in Freetown, Sierra Leone.

Juliette Uzor

Laiya Sievi

Laiya Sievi studied Multimedia Production at the University of Applied Sciences Graubünden with a focus on the conception and production of non-fictional media formats. In addition to working as a video editor and freelance multimedia producer, Laiya Sievi is a co-organiser of the Black Film Festival Zurich, where she is actively involved in the selection of films and the supporting programme.

A constant companion is the transcultural MAXIM Theatre from Zurich, where she realised the international youth project “Müller meets Krasiniqi” as co-project manager in addition to various audiovisual works. Since December 2020, Laiya Sievi has been assistant dramaturge at the Schauspielhaus Zurich.

Laiya Sievi ©Flavio Karrer

The Festival

Location

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Location

neues kino, Klybeckstrasse 247, 4057 Basel – Filmprogramm

kult.kino camera, Rebgasse 1, 4058 Basel – Filmprogramm

Humbug, Klybeckstrasse 241/K104, 4057 Basel – Festivalzentrum, Rahmenprogramm

Padel Halle/Yoga Raum, Klybeckstrasse 141/K102, 4057 Basel – Rahmenprogramm, Lust*Markt

Warteck, Burgweg 7, 4058 Basel – Lust*Art

In neues kino, wheelchair users are welcome to ask the bar staff to help them into the cinema, as it can only be reached via a few steps. All other locations are wheelchair accessible.

Our Festival Shuttle – Tram No. 8

How to get to the neues kino

Tram line 8 from SBB railway station in the direction of Kleinhüningen/ Weil am Rhein, tram stop Ciba

How to get to the Festival Centre HUMBUG

Tram line 8 from SBB railway station in the direction of Kleinhüningen/ Weil am Rhein, tram stop Ciba

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About

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About

Luststreifen wants to enable an active, enlightening exchange by means of workshops and screenings of international films on the subject of queer feminism. Gender and sexual orientation do not play a role here. We give filmmakers and creative people a platform to show themselves and their work to the world. Everyone is welcome to come and wipe the everyday dust off their or soul.

After a short but not less fun edition last year, this year we come back with full force. During four days you will be shown 12 feature-length films, 6 of them documentary and 6 fictional works from Switzerland, Kosovo, Germany, Brazil, Spain, USA, Russia but also from regions where usually less queer-feminist films are made like Egypt, Lebanon and Burkina Faso.

Luststreifen Film Festival 30.09.-03.10.2021

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Team

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Team

With more than 20 freelancers, from creative minds to administrative cracks, a colourful festival is put together with a lot of love and enthusiasm. We are inspired by the queer world, where being different is normal and love knows no boundaries. We would like to bring this barrier-free universe closer to you with the Luststreifen Film Festival. We are a team that creates an unforgettable festival experience for you every year. Hand in hand, we want to encourage you to rethink and together with you, we want to create more space for diversity.

Pascale, Thomann, Tara Toffol, Xenia Nguyen (Festivalleitung); Katja Morand (Leitung Programmation); Ana Santos, Anna Bell, Julia Chudoba, Mara Ursprung, Timo Posselt (Programmation & Programmkoordination); Lukas Stadelmann (Leitung Medien); Gabriella Soliman, Stella Pozzi (Press & Public Relations); Emily Wren, Maria Fratta (Grafik); Anna Stahl (Social Media); Maša Beslić (Korrektorat); Toni Kovacevic (Leitung Produktion & Kassier); Anaïs Steiner, Fabienne Bieri, Julia Brun (Produktion); Anja Kayser (Ticketing, Mitglieder-, Helfende- & Gäst*innenbetreuung) Jasmin Camenzind (Food & Beverage); Tobias Voss (Filmtechnik); Lea Dora Illmer (Deko); Lea Moser (Webseite) 

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Members

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Luststreifen Film Festival Association

The non-profit association Luststreifen Film Festival Basel dedicates itself to the cultural-political mission of promoting the queer-feminist film and cultural scene in Basel and Switzerland. The main goal of the association is to strengthen diversity and tolerance in society and through that foster acceptance and visibility of various lifestyles in society. The Luststreifen Film Festival association is a non-profit organisation and it is politically and denominationally neutral.

Advantages of your membership

Active members contribute to the organisation and the execution of the Festival. Even if you are not interested in actively participating within the organising team, your membership fee enables us to sustainably organise the film festival and achieve our association’s goals.

You will become part of a community interested in the arts, which uses the medium of film to promote diversity and openness both for individuals and the community. The association promotes young Swiss filmmakers and scriptwriters, since the festival has become an attractive platform through its call for submissions and networking meetings as well as awards for artists*. As a member, you will also receive information on all events, the programme booklet in advance and drink vouchers for the festival. Within the association, you will encounter a large community that actively encourages discussion and diversity and is characterised by a strong social bond. Corporate members and organisations also benefit from reduced sponsorship options.

Membership fee

Annual cost: CHF 40.- / CHF 20.-

Reduced for AHV/IV/unemployed individuals

Corporate members and organisations: starting at CHF 240.-

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