'Travel Queeries' Examines Queer Culture And Art In Europe

Trailer: ‘Travel Queeries’, directed by Elliat Graney-Saucke, Three Dollar Bill Cinema, subtitled in English

‘Travel Queeries’ is a feature-length documentary film that examines the culture, art and activism of radical queers in contemporary Europe. Through personal interviews and documentation of performances, festivals, multi-media [sic] visual arts and spaces, Travel Queeries puts an exciting international lens on queer fringe culture. The film is directed by Elliat Graney-Saucke.

Chella Quint, Feminist Review, Writes About Travel Queeries:
“This film is excellent. Interviewees seem at ease, positive, knowledgeable, and forthcoming. Unofficial spokespeople give articulate and emotive views on issues from those as broad as the definition of queerness to specific reasoned hypotheses about links between queer culture and squatting, immigration, and drag performance, for example. Their answers are interwoven so that, even though participants may be separated by time or distance, their answers resonate with and build upon each other, providing rich coverage of an often ignored scene.”

Related Links
Travel Queeries’ website
Read Chella Quint’s original review of Travel Queerie at Feminist Review
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