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Stars at the opening ceremony of the LGBT Film Festival. Pictures

Mandaryna, Fabienne Wiśniewska, Ramona Rey, Rafał Grabias … stars at the opening ceremony of the LGBT Film Festival. Pictures.

On April 22, there was a festive opening ceremony LGBT Film Festival, This is the largest rainbow film festival in Poland. During the thirteenth edition of the event in nine Polish cities – Warsaw, Gdask, Kraków, لودód, Pozna, Wroclaw, Konin and Bydgoszcz, as well as online at MOJEeKINO.PL – you will be able to watch films, features and documentaries bringing viewers closer to the LGBTQ + perspective in the whole world.

Well-known and beloved people appeared at the event. from?

Stars at the opening ceremony of the 13th Gay Film Festival. Who appeared?

Although the term did not appear until the mid-1980s, queer cinema developed much earlier. Themes of homosexual love, transgenderism or attempts to capture queer sensibility can be found in post-war French cinema, avant-garde productions of the 1960s or films of second-wave feminist artists and activists.

Over the years, the LGBTQ+ perspective has been a niche. Today, productions can be seen in almost every cinema and on streaming platforms, and their creators are striving for the most important movie statues.

LGBT-related works can be seen during the 13th LGBT Film Festival. Who came to the party? Marta mandarin Wiśniewska, Fabienne Wiśniewska, Ramona Rey, Rafał Grabias, Magdalena Popławska, Alexandra PopowskaMichai Szkrpa, Tomasz Syakurovsky, Mariana Schreiber.

You can find the pictures in the gallery.

LGBT – What is behind this acronym?

LGBT refers to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community. The term LGBT is also used to refer to people who do not identify themselves as heterosexual but who have not yet been able to identify their sexual orientation.

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Homosexuals, because we are talking about them, often do not want to define their orientation and identity with words such as heterosexual, gay, homosexual, bisexual or transgender. It becomes the appropriate date at this point LGBTthat covers the spectrum of identities.

The abbreviation LGBT itself was created in the 1960s in the United States, but only became widely used in the 1990s.

Elwira Szczepańska

Polish philologist by education, editor by profession. CrossFit and healthy lifestyle enthusiasts. He admires French cinema, Italian cuisine, and Stanislaw Barriga’s films.