Both Sides Now: Queer – recorded panel talks
In October 21, we participated in SPARK Festival 21, delivered by British Council Hong Kong. We presented Both Sides Now: Queer – a programme of films and two panel discussions. The two talks are now available to watch:
Panel discussion led by Lucia King (Researcher, curator and lecturer in Moving Image, University of Brighton, UK) with artists Rob Crosse (UK) and Nicole Pun (HK). Crosse and Pun took part in international exchange residencies with Both Sides Now in 2019. Find out more about the panelists by clicking here.
Panel discussion led by Jia Tan (Assistant Professor of Cultural Studies in the Department of Cultural and Religious Studies at The Chinese University of Hong Kong) with artists Danielle Braithwaite-Shirley (UK) and Beatrice Wong (HK). Find out more about the panelists by clicking here.
Talks took place as part of SPARK Festival 21, delivered by British Council Hong Kong in partnership with videoclub and Videotage.
Both Sides Now is a tactical program that uses film and video to explore culture and society between different nations, the UK, Hong Kong, and beyond. It is delivered annually by videoclub and Videotage.