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Lust*Art

Lust*Art 24.9.–3.10.
Warteck, Burgweg 7, 4056 Basel, 3. Stock

Auftakt des diesjährigen Luststreifen Film Festival bildet die queere Kunstausstellung Lust*Art. Zu sehen sind allmächtig queere Gottheiten, eine Lusttonspur, ein lautes Anti-Hetero-Manifesto in installativer Form und weitere Arbeiten, die mit Normen von Sexualität und Geschlecht brechen. Dieses Jahr steht das Thema “Konsens” im Fokus: Wie sieht Konsens in einer Dom/sub-Beziehung aus, wo wird Konsens im Dialog mit Körpern sichtbar, wie funktioniert Konsens in Bezug auf Disability? Wir zeigen queere Kunst in Form von Fotografie, Comic, interaktivem Computerspiel und vielem mehr. Neu in diesem Jahr ist die Kooperation mit der künstlerischen Residenz La Chotte aus Salavaux (VD): Ein*e Künstler*in wird direkt nach der Residenz an der Lust*Art ausstellen.

In einem offenen Panel wird mit Gäst*innen und interessiertem Publikum über queere Kunst in der Schweiz und über die Sichtbarkeit des Konsens auf künstlerischer Ebene diskutiert. Die Vernissage findet am  24.09.21 ab 19 Uhr mit zwei Performances und anwesenden Künstler*innen statt. Konkurrenz zur Art Basel? Aber sicher, nur viel queerer. Finissage ist am 03. Oktober mit einer performativen Lesung. 

Hörstation der Lusttonspur: ROXY Birsfelden. Zeitgenössische Theater- und Tanzproduktionen, Muttenzerstrasse 6, 4127 Birsfelden. 

Öffnungszeiten | Accessibility

24.09. | 19–23 h*

25.09. | 13–21 h

26.09. | 13–17 h

28.09. | 19–22 h**

01.10. | 18–22 h

02.10. | 14–22 h

03.10. | 11–17h***

*Vernissage 20 h/ 21 h  Walking a straight Line won’t get you around the World (Levin Stettler) / LOOKING (Dominick Boyle & Romanos Theodoridis)

**Open Panel zu Queere Kunst Schweiz / Konsens in der Kunst

***Finissage 14.30 ALICE, WIE WEIT MUSST DU GEHEN, BIS DEINE BEINE VERTRETEN SIND (Matter*Verse)

Die Lust*Art ist rollstuhlgängig.

Künstler*innen

abcde Flash

Chienne De Garde (La Chotte residency)

Dominick Boyle & Romanos Theodoridis

Fabienne Bieri

Lina Ehrentraut

Levin Stettler

Ira Giol

Sarah Wimmer

Selma Matter & Marie Lucienne Verse

Taje

Tanja Baltermina & Piet Esch

Val Reding

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Tickets

 

Due to the current situation tickets can only be purchased online.

Online Tickets film

In the programme overview on our website, you will find matching links for the desired film. Tickets may be paid for by mastercard, visa, postcard or twint. When you purchase your tickets, the adjacent seats to the left and right are automatically blocked. For groups of two or more people it is therefore advisable to book the seats together so that you can sit together. Since our website is brand new, some features may not be available. In this case we recommend that you buy your tickets directly through Eventfrog.

Online Tickets  side programme

Visiting the side programme also requires a ticket. The number of participants is limited. The number of seats can be seen in the programme overview under the respective side event. Unless otherwise stated, the events are on a collective basis.

Ticket Prices

Single ticket CHF 16.- / 14.-

Reduced: AHV/IV, students, Kulturlegi

Programm

+ Rahmenprogramm

+ 30. September 2021

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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

Mariama Balde

is a Lausanne based filmmaker and film critic. She has directed several short-films presented at national and international festivals.
Before stepping behind the camera, she reviewed numerous films, published articles discussing the Swiss film industry and led more than a hundred interviews with filmmakers, actors and producers from all around the globe. Her writing has also appeared in die WOZ, le Courrier, Filmbulletin, Indiewire and several other outlets.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in cinema from ECAL (Lausanne School of Art & Design).

Delphine Luchetta

is a visual artist, videographer, photographer and media producer who lives and works in Geneva. She has worked with many artists and cultural organisations such as Iris Gallarotti, MAMCO, Cie 7273, Mapping Festival.
Trained as a screenwriter and in post-production (analogue, digital) she is the founder of Susu-prod, a production company active since 2002, specialised in developing documentaries, fictions and interactive video projects. With a long experience as a technical crew member on short films, she is also versed in journalism, having interviewed personalities such as Isabelle Carré, Billy Gould and Vincent Cassel.
In 2017, she joined the team of Ressources Urbaines, a cultural and real estate coop in Geneva, which offers affordable production, exchange and diffusion spaces to artists and creators.
Acting as community manager and animator, she creates photos, videos, texts, sounds clips and interviews to produce portraits, news clips and announcements to both promote and archive the coop’s activities.

Sina Früh

is artistic co-director of the queer film festival Pink Apple. Previously she worked as a storyteller for letsmuseeum at the Kunsthaus Zürich and as a freelance project manager and presenter. In addition to her work in the cultural sector, she is a singer, theatre actor and is currently completing further training as a secondary school teacher. She studied English literature, film studies and gender studies.

Lust Award Winners 2020

WINNER FICTIONAL SHORTS «COSSET»
Daria Volchok (2019)

WINNER DOCUMENTARY SHORTS «MAT ET LES GRAVITANTES» Pauline Penichout (2019)

WINNER PORN SHORTS «FUCKING LOSER» Mahx Capacity (2019)

WINNER AUDIENCE AWARD «MES CHÉRIS»Ethan Folk, Ty Wardwell, (2020)

 

 

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Philipp Gurtner

 is a self-taught artist whose creative work revolves around classical-figurative painting with modern and abstract elements and is presented in a contemporary manner. Philipp explores the romantic, nostalgic and sensual as well as the dark sides of life: nihilism, existentialism, longing and loneliness, which are contrasted with fragile and impressionistic beauty. Although he is a figurative painter, his focus is always on the emotional content and not on narrative or exuberant abstraction. The atmospheres in his sculptural, illustrative and painterly works are often depicted in a dream-like state with elements of realism, surrealism, idealism and impressionism.

The Festival

Location

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Location

Cinema location

neues kino, Klybeckstrasse 247 Basel

Festival location

HUMBUG, Klybeckstrasse 241/K104, 4057 Basel

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.

This year the Luststreifen Film Festival is already going into its 13th round, since 2018 as an independent association. This year’s festival is a little more exclusive than usual due to the Corona situation. Instead of a whole week of lust, there will be a weekend quickie from 3-4 October – save the date!

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Team

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Team

With 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.

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Members

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Members

Become a member

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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Media

Due to the current situation, we cannot provide accreditations this year. We kindly ask media representatives and professionals to purchase their tickets for desired film screenings themselves. If necessary, screeners and film stills can be provided for festival coverage. The use of the screeners is only for the preview of the films for editorial reporting. Any misuse or reuse is prohibited.

Enquiries directed to the media team at: medien@luststreifen.com

Contact

Luststreifen Film Festival Basel
Schanzenstrasse 13
4056 Basel

info@luststreifen.com
www.luststreifen.com

Festival Management

Pascale Thomann, Tara Toffol, Xenia Nguyen

Programme

Ana Santos, Julia Chudoba, Katja Morand, Timo Posselt

programmation@luststreifen.com

Production

Anja Schneider, Fabienne Bieri, Kayleigh Wittlin, Toni Kovacevic

produktion@luststreifen.com

Media and Graphic Design

Ananda Schmidt, Carmen Walker, Julia Brun, Lea Dora Illmer, Lorena Lucek, Lukas Stadelmann

medien@luststreifen.com

Accounting

Daniela Crescenzi

Food and Beverage

Jasmin Camenzind