Party and PERFORMANCES:

Party and Performances during Transformations Trans* Film Festival Berlin?

Saturday 19. Nov 22:00 – 04:00 Basement Salon and ground floor bar
This will be a Party night not to be missed, with an incredible line up of performances and DJs
Curated by Alexia/Lautaro and Dwayn
Co-hosted by Dwayn and surprise host
Performances:

Alex Alvina Chamberland is a writer and performance artist whose work is mainly based in explosivity, intensity, musicality, vocal experimentation, silence, maximalism and (trans)femininity, dealing with subjects such as failure and passivity as a means of resistance to obligatory capitalist success and productivity, as well as strong emotions, empathy, loneliness, yearning and collectivity.
Dragskapismus is a Berlin based Band established in November 2016 and looking forward to their very first show!
(Genre: Dragqueen Pop)
Winnie Ho (Superhova) is a dance performance artist interested in the research of “Body as moving sculpture as moving body” practices in site specific spaces whereby boundaries between spectator and performer can be dissolved and redefined in the felt presence of immediate experience. Her works are characterized by collective yet personal explorations in experimental settings.
Jayrôme is a French-Italian writer and spoken word artist. Among his publications are two collections of short stories and a book of prose, theater and poetry.
Emy Fem “Sex working body affair A declaration of love to living and dead sexworkers by Emy Fem Beauty and death are dancing an erotic choreography. The love to sexworking bodies is stronger than whorephobia and stigma. Sex working body affair creates a whoreloving relationship. Emy Fem is a femmeidentified berlin based Sexworker, Sexworkactivist and workshopfacilitator with a transgendered body who works on various level on the topics of body and sexuality.”
MSOKE a.k.a Namusoke, ein Name, hinter dem nicht nur eine besondere
Bedeutung steckt, sondern auch ein spezieller Mensch. MSOKEs aussergewöhnliche Lebensgeschichte sowie sein musikalischer Werdegang mündet in exzellentem urbanem Soul mit hörbaren Wurzeln der Afro-Soul und Reggaemusik.
Indigo Rayne is a multi-disciplinary artist and dancer based in Berlin.
Solange, tô aberta! is a project from Brazil in the style of Baile Funk that blends queer, punk, drag queen and
post-porn with the sound and dance of Funk Carioca. It uses funk as a tool of political resistance. Distorting its initial form, it promotes an explosion of cathartic dance and politics. It speaks of those bodies that want openness and space to exist, questioning sexuality, gender, identity and stereotypes.
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DJS:
Duo Maravilla The duo that will make you dance al son de salsa , merenge , kumbia etc…
DJ Şevval Kılıç is the heart the heart beat of Istanbul lubunya night life. With her electronic libidinal dance grooves she heats the crowds for resistance.
Ford Kelly Playing music to make you bounce and Bump n Grind From AfroBeats to Dancehall to Hiphop
Negroma establishes a relationship between diverse medias, observing their interplay and dialogue as a way to create new perspectives in and on the many fields of contemporary art. Genre: afro-brazilian-latina-mixed
check out festival program here: https://issuu.com/transformationsfilmfestivalberlin/docs/transformations_film_festival_2016

 

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TDOR PERFORMANCES:

Sunday 20. Nov. 21.30- 00:00 in Main Salon

The Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is observed in late November in recognition of the 1998 murder of the activist Rita Hester, a transgender Afro American Woman, who worked in Educating the communities about Trans issues. “The Transgender Day of Remembrance seeks to highlight the losses we face due to anti-transgender bigotry and violence. I am no stranger to the need to fight for our rights, and the right to simply exist is first and foremost. With so many seeking to erase transgender people — sometimes in the most brutal ways possible — it is vitally important that those we lose are remembered, and that we continue to fight for justice.”
– TDOR founder Gwendolyn Ann Smith

It was important for us that our 1.ed of TransFormations be about celebrating all trans* lives. To honor all the work that has been done in the past by, all the transgender, transexuals, trans woman, trans men, two spirit, non binary andro agender etc who have been killed all over the world. We would like to thank them all and to let them know that we will not forget them that we are continuing the struggles and fights for more rights for being full parts of society because we are here and without them we would not have been able to hold this trans Film Festival.
This celebration is a way to let those among us who dont as yet have the possibility to express themselves know that we dont forget them as well and that we know the path may be long but they are not alone.
It’s our duty as those who are able to do it, to fight to celebrate ourselves to imagine what we want in order to get always more and if it’s not now it will be in 5, 10 oder 20 years but it will be.
And that’s why it’s so important to celebrate all the identites in the way they are and existed because each of us has to have the right to be as they want to without policing without limits and in trust.
Resistance & Remembrance

Performers
Oze’n: singer songwriter
spoken word performance from Planet Zami “There is a place I call home”
Sanni: Experimental Songs writing
Joaquin La Habana: Performing songs From their LP My Own Free Way
WoMANtís RANDom: Accoustic Songs
Noa Naomi: singer-songwriter from Berlin.
Jules: spoken word
Ed: Title: “Get wheels” Performance
FraulenZa: Hiphop
Mohatese: Dance style Babakaram from Iran
Erfan: Dance style Babakaram from Iran
Bennie: Dance style Babakaram from Iran
Emrah: Belly Dance Performance
Languages throughout event: Arabic, English, Farsi German