Presented by Festival Of Tibet in partnership with Brisbane Powerhouse
Queer Stories From Tibet in Exile has been cancelled to meet the Federal Government’s directive on limiting non-essential mass gatherings to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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In an Australian exclusive, hear from renowned queer Tibetan film maker Tenzin Tseten Chokley, as he shines a light on the ongoing situation in his homeland and the experiences of LGBTIQ+ Tibetans in Tibetan exiled communities.
Best known for his ground-breaking documentary film Bringing Tibet Home, New York based Tseten will also discuss his latest film project.
While attention is frequently paid to social inequalities and injustices, there is very little visibility and awareness for LGBTIQ+ Tibetans and their identities often get forgotten in the dialogue.
Hosted by community arts leader Lenine Bourke, this event will also feature an opening performance by Festival of Tibet director Tenzin Choegyal, accompanied by cellist Katherine Philp.