Call for Submissions for the Sex Work Film Fest (SAFF).
The Sex Work Film Fest is now accepting international entries for the 2012 festival, to take place in Hamburg, Germany in June.
The entry deadline is March 15th 2012.
Hamburg is a city widely known for its ‘redlight district’ and, like many other places, has a long history of sex work. Sex work is legal in Germany, which should guarantee that sex workers have the equal rights as other workers. However, the reality is that many of the fights for sex workers’ rights remain the same as they are in countries where sex work is illegal. The current wave of gentrification in the city criminalizes and displaces many sex workers from their established working places.
Please check out the bildwechsel online end of the year calendar of drawing, photography and videos.
Put together with the help of 31 international artists and friends of bildwechsel.
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The Hamburg Feminist Zine Action Day!
03. + 04.12.2011 – Hamburg
Blogosphere and small press, zines and comics – it all comes together at the Hamburg Zine Action Day!
The event is non-profit, with an aim to provide a place for artists, activists and art enthusiasts to meet, network and swap ideas.
Come to hangout and network, enjoy awesome vegan brunch and participate in the workshops and presentations!
Saturday evening we’ll get to enjoy the VALIE PLUS – pocket archive screening at Café Munck.
Bildwechsel is going to bring over its zine archive for the weekend.
Don’t miss your chance to enjoy and flip through over 300 zines from the past 30 years… and don’t forget to bring your own stuff to become part of the zine archive!
more information and schedule: ilovebildwechsel.org/zad
dedicated to shifting images. i love bildwechsel screening:
FEMINIST ANIMATIONS & SHORT FILMS
i love bildwechsel is proud to present a hand-picked collection of feminist animations and short films!
the exquisite selection includes films from jessica maccormack, seb cazes, suzanne hofer and marianne halter, beate kunath and steven fower, sif westerberg, nathalie percillier, and francoise doherty, with the styles ranging from claymation to puppet animation. all films are in english or without words.