The work of Canadian filmmaker John Greyson often explores homophobic violence and queer activism. This is also the case for his latest short film, International Dawn Chorus Day. Beyond that, he actively campaigns for the rights of queer communities at home and abroad. Hosted by Anna Henckel-Donnersmarck, curator and head of Berlinale Shorts, Greyson discusses personal responsibility, international solidarity and the role of the arts.
This public conversation and the film screening are taking place as an online event. It is part of a longstanding series of reflection on short film in collaboration with the Embassy of Canada.
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with John Greyson, Anna Henckel-Donnersmarck
Anna Henckel-Donnersmarck (Host)
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Wed Jun 1618:30
Berlinale Shorts @ Botschaft von Kanada - online
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