It’s Illegal To Be Gay In Tunisia, But These Brave Souls Put On A Queer Film Festival There


“Mawjoudin Queer Film Festival, in its second year, differs significantly from other film festivals: some participants wear badges that read ‘No Photos’; attendees were invited through a private Facebook page and were told not to geo-tag locations on social media; venues were revealed only in the final days before the festival.” – The New York Times


Tags: Art, Media, Tunisia, SJ, 05.14.19

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