Authors: Marina Gržinić, Aina Šmid, Zvonka T Simčič Length: 84 min 02 sec, 2012, color, sound Slovenian, Serbian, Croatian, with English subtitles Produced by Zavod CCC, Ljubljana.
This documentary video film is about the 25 anniversary of the lesbian group ŠKUC-LL (1987-2012) and about the lesbian movement in former Yugoslavia. It is a project that visualizes, and define the context for the movement and of the LGBTQ community within and with relation to politics, economics, culture, arts and legal institutional structures; this contextualization works on two layers: first from the decaying socialism to neoliberal capitalism, and then in the time of the 1990s it depicts the transition to a present, bloody neoliberal global capitalism. The video film includes analysis of the movement in the EU after 2004, when Slovenia became a member of EU, and includes discussions and analysis of the “climate” that followed the discussions and the rejection of a new Family code in Slovenia in 2012 (rejected by a referendum in March 2012). A special place is given in the film to the Pride Parades in the ex-Yugoslavian territory.
LGBTQ community; Ajgul Hakimova; Aldo Ivančić; Barbara Rajgelj; Bogdan Lešnik
Danijela Almesberger; Guy Hocquenghem; Kristina Hočevar; Lepa Mlađenović; Marina Gržinić; Mojca Dobnikar; Nada Vodušek; Nataša Sukič; Nataša Velikonja; Nela Pamuković
Nina Hudej; Petra Hrovatin; Sanja Juras; Simona Jerala; Slon in Sadež; Suzana Tratnik
Tatjana Greif; Toni Marošević; Urška Sterle.
*Marina Gržinić is one of the major contemporary theoretical and critical figure in Slovenia.Since 1993 she is employed at the Institute of Philosophy at the Scientific and Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Science and Arts (short ZRC-SAZU in Slovenian and SRC-SASA in English). Today she holds a position of professor and research adviser. For her scientific work she has received the Golden SASA sign in 2007.She is as well Full Professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, Austria from 2003. She publishes extensively, lectures worldwide and is involved in video art from 1982.
*Aina Smid is an art historian and artist.