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The 13th XPOSED International Queer Film Festival Berlin
24th - 27th May

Coming up next – PREVIOUSLY ON XPOSED!

We are excited to announce our program for our annual PREVIOUSLY ON XPOSED screening at the Freiluftkino Kreuzberg on July 25th! We have put together a very expanded collection of works that vary from the comedic, to the absurd. From the classic narrative, to the experiment and the poetic to the politic. We hope you can join us for a beautiful night in front of the big screen under the hopefully not to hot summer stars.

Fuck The Boxes

Abel Rubinstein, 2018, UK, 10mins

Mom’s Clothes

Jordan Wong, 2018, USA, 5mins

Would You Look At Her

Goran Stolevski, 2018, Macedonia, 18mins

The Sea Runs Thru My Veins

Zara Zandieh, 2019, Germany, 21mins


Trevor Andreson, 2019, Canada, 4mins

Something Said

Jay Bernard, 2017, UK, 8mins


Alejandro Zuno, 2018, Mexico, 16mins

Galatée À L’infini

Julia Maura, Mariangela Pluchino, Ambra Reijnen, Maria Chatzi, Fátima Flores Rojas, 2017, Spain, 17mins

Flora (꽃)

Chaerin Im, 2018, USA, 4mins

We Hope To See You There!!!


Firstly, Thank you to everyone who attended the festival, it was our biggest to date and the amazing community atmosphere that was created by all of you was extremely special.

and Congratulations to our LOLLY AWARD Winners!

The Audience Choice Short Film Lolly Award went to:
MARGUERITE by Marianne Farley

Photo: Marc Simpson-Threlford

The Audience Choice Feature Film Lolly Award went to:
THE SIGN FOR LOVE by El-Ad Cohen and Iris Ben Moshe

The Lolly Award Jury awarded SOMETHING SAID from Jay Bernard the Lolly Award for Best XPOSED Short Film!

The Jury stated – A lucid and complex short film that delves into the black British history, creating a powerful image of how history is affecting bodies.” SOMETHING SAID by Jay Bernard is the sensational winner of the Lolly Award for best XPOSED short film.

The LOLLY AWARD Jury also handed out two special mentions:

For taking us to a visually arresting territory between documentary and fantasy where questions of ecological and economical relationships, migration and social hierarchies are explored in the context of a tender romance borne in disaster we want give an honorable mention to FLORES by Jorge Jácome.

For impressing us by telling a narrative that creates a strong empowering lesbian female character, who manages to asserts her agency in repressive social space, we also want to honor WOULD YOU LOOK AT HER by Goran Stolevski

The Queer Short Film Fund was awarded to AMIGAS… MUY AMAIGAS by Tonina Matamalas!
Amigas… muy Amigas follows traces of lesbian visibility in Spanish popular culture and transforms them into a vibrating collage. With the help of a €1000 a cash prize, €2000 in in kind support from 25p *cine support GmbH – Filmtechnikverleih Berlin, Audio Post Production sessions at the Berliner Union Film and a mentor-ship programme, the realisation of this project is taken to a next step.  We are so thrilled to see this work in the near future.

Thank you again to everyone for your support in making this festival what is is today!

Until next year,

Your XPOSED Team