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Colored Qollective * QFFU: Well Rounded & Misdirection

August 27 @ 15:00 18:00

Colored Qollective is hosting this afternoon of 2 film screenings including a ”Queer BIPOC Mental Health Workshop” centered on the question: How can we love ourselves and our communities in a world that continually tells us we don’t deserve this love? This workshop prioritizes queer and trans persons of color.

Well Rounded

This documentary will bring you an image that you would most like to see in all movies, what am I saying, in all of society, which is: Being fat is okay! It’s a collection of personal stories from a diverse, interesting cast whose lives can be a great inspiration to people, especially if you don’t always see yourself celebrated on screen. These wonderful stories and interviews are mixed with dreamy animation. On the edge, funny and sometimes tear-jerking. This documentary brings you a strong story that helps fight systemic fat phobias, because you are beautiful just the way you are!

Misdirection

Camila is an average first-year college student with obsessive-compulsive disorder and a huge crush on her roommate. After both situations bring her to a point where she doesn’t want to be, she gets stuck in a search for distraction. She happens to meet a street magician who teaches her to open her heart to new possibilities.

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Film Facts

Well Rounded
Country: Canada
Year: 2020
Genre: Documentary
Length film: 61 minutes
Director: Shana Myara
Language: English without subtitles

Misdirection
Countries: United Kingdom, United States of America
Year: 2019
Genre: Comedy
Length film: 14 minutes
Director: Carly Usdin
Language: English with English subtitles

Side Program

How can we love ourselves and our communities in a world that constantly tells us we don’t deserve this love? In this workshop, we explore the relationship between various oppressive systems and our self-image, and build ourselves and each other up by connecting. This workshop prioritises to queer and trans people of colour.

Theaterhuis de Berenkuil

Biltstraat 166
Utrecht, 3572 BP Nederland
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