Events / Bisexual Revolution: Film Screening & Debate
The Chinese LGBT movement has continuously spent little attention on bisexual topics. Up till now, bisexual voices have seldom been heard, and there hasn’t been much focus on the stigma bisexuals have to deal with. Time to change the present situation!
The French documentary “Bisexual Revolution” gives ample insight into bisexual topics through interviews with European and American bisexuals, LGBT activists and artists. Its screening will be followed by a debate with several experts on bisexuality, and will discuss the current state of bisexual activism in China.
Date: 21 June 2013
Place: French Embassy in China, No. 60 Tianzelu, Liangmaqiao, Chaoyang District, Beijing
Langue: The film is subtitled in English and Chinese, the debate will take place in Chinese only.
– 14h00 : Entry
– 14h30: Screening “Bisexual Revolution”
– 15h30-17h00: Debate
Debate Host: Jin Yelu (Assistant Professor Department of Humanities and Creative Writing, Hong Kong Baptist University)
Guests: Su Qian (pioneer of the LGBT movement in China )
Alex Tso (founder of the Brazilian bisexual organization Bi-sides)
Wei Tingting (program officer Beijing Gender Health Education Institute)
Wang Meizi (translator sub-titles of the film)
Due to a limited number of seats, please confirm your attendance before 14pm on 20 June 2013 by writing an email to: email@example.com with your name on ID, age and contact info.
Please don’t bring large bags or electronics, and enter with a valid photo ID.
Bisexual Revolution (Original Title: La bisexualité : tout un art)
France, 2008, 52min.
Directors: Laure Michel, Eric Wastiaux
Producer: Françoise Castro
Dialogues and narration : French, English
Subtitles: Chinese, English
Production Company: BFC Productions
Believe it or not, Mick Jagger was not the first bisexual. In fact, ‘going both ways’ dates back to ancient Greece, when heterosexuality was not the norm. This fascinating documentary, featuring John Cameron Mitchell and French pop star Yelle, explores and uncovers the history and modern-day perceptions of this often misunderstood culture. Interviews with prominent artists, designers, and writers are interspersed with archival footage from around the world.
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