This documentary provides insight into the experience of immigrating through the lens of two queer refugees, who are each in different stages of this process in Brussels. Through a collective creation method, the immigrants get to choose how to tell their story. This documentary delves into each step of the immigration process, as well as how the queer immigrants carve out their space in the urban landscape they find themselves in. By narrating, sharing, and shedding light on their origins, they can make themselves, their identities, and their stories visible, allowing them to establish their own sense of belonging derived from a unique set of experiences.
On December 13th at 19h the talk Documentary Film, Migration and Queer Subjectivity will take place at La Casa Elizalde with Camila Flores-Fernández and Victoria Sacco.
Project co-financed with funds from Creative Europe and A-PLACE Linking Places Through Networked Artistic Practices programme.