Films beyond the hetero norm: For the fourth summer in a row, the Third Programme of Berlin and Brandenburg is showing great cinema with same-sex love, coming-of-age stories, romance and road movies under the title “rbb QUEER”.
On seven dates from 24. June until 5. August, queer films from Europe will be shown on Thursdays in the late evening, six of them as free-TV premieres. The LGBT works come from France, Belgium, the UK, Sweden, the Netherlands and Germany.
The French water polo sports comedy “The Glittering Prawns” (24.6.) will kick off the festival, followed by, among others, the lesbian German road movie “Bonnie & Bonnie” (1.7.) or the comedy “Benjamin” (15.7.) by British stand-up comedian Simon Amstell.
Source: bee-seeks-stork.com / dpa
|24.06.2021||11:15pm||«Die glitzernden Garnelen»||Feature film France 2019; queer sports comedy by Cédric Le Gallo & Maxime Govare in German first broadcast|
|01.07.2021||11:15pm||«Bonnie & Bonnie»||Feature film from Germany 2019; Story of two young women who set off into the distance to live their love.|
|08.07.2021||11:15pm||«Lola und das Meer»||Feature film Belgium/France 2019; Mya Bollaers and Benoît Magimel in an award-winning drama from Belgium in its German premiere.|
|15.07.2021||11:15pm||«Benjamin»||Feature film United Kingdom 2018; Free TV premiere of British stand-up comedian Simon Amstell’s music-filled comedy.|
|22.07.2021||11:25pm||«Küss mich»||Feature film Sweden 2011; Alexandra-Therese Keining’s modern classic of the lesbian love film in its German premiere.|
|29.07.201||11:30pm||«Just Friends»||Feature film Netherlands 2018; queer summer film from Holland as a German free TV premiere.|
|05.08.2021||11:30pm||«Postcards from London»||Feature film United Kingdom 2018; Steve McLean’s self-deprecating ode to the art of venal love starring Harris Dickinson.|
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