The ArQuives co-presented Queer Cinema for Palestine’s: Foggy screening this week. You can now view the films online.
How can family memories inform solidarity? How can avant-garde voices engaging the past contribute to activism today? How can private archives queer public histories? How do yesterday’s photographs become tomorrow’s pictures? Foggy is a screening of recent short films that stage hybrid acts of montage, juxtaposition, re-enactment and dialogue, exploring the theme of solidarity as we make our way together through the fog.
Foggy’s films and discussion are now available to stream online:
You can view the entire Queer Cinema for Palestine program here: