Mon 18.11.2019, 8:00 p.m. I Obere Museumssäle
Reading and Discussion – Necla Kelek
The Unholy Family – How Islamic Tradition Deprives Women and Children of their rights
Sociologist and Women’s Rights Activist Necla Kelek, founder of the „Initiative for a Secular Islam" and chairwoman of TERRE DES FEMMES, warnss: Islamic family traditions keep women from excercising their civil rights, but muslim men are also victims of the structural violence. She calls for a new political approach for true integration in order to prevent a parallel society.
Bookstore OSIANDER in cooperation with TERRE DES FEMMES.
Admission 12 € (OSIANDER Card and students 10 €)
Wed 20.11.2019 approx. 10:30 p.m. I Foyer Kino Museum
Opening and Farewell Party with Refreshments and Live Music
We want to celebrate the film festival’s final run in Tübingen with joy and maybe also dancing, in appreciation of our chance to experience so many fascinating films and guests one last time...
With Fauzia Maria Beg and Band
Fri 22.11.2019 I Key Topic Day „For a World Free of Prostitution“
5:00 p.m. l Kino Museum l Free Admission!
Nadja is deeply in love; her first boyfriend! But the enchantment turns into lies, threats and violence, as he manipulates her into prostitution to help him out of an invented “emergency”. Alarming interviews with affected young women, telephone recordings of boastful pimps, and the efforts of police and activists to combat the infamous method of these “Loverboys”.
Introduction by „Loverboy“-Survivor Sandra Norak
6:00 p.m. I Kino Museum | Free Admission!
Panel Conversation „Stop Buying Sex - Now!“
Top level experts will join our panel „Stop buying Sex – Now!“ on
prostitution, human trafficking and the ban on purchase of sex within
the “Nordic Model”: Sandra Norak, who survived the „Loverboy-method” and
is now at the end of her law studies, as well as an activist for
the exit from prostitution; Detective Inspector Simon Häggström
who has for more than 10 years enforced the legal ban on buying sex
in Sweden, as well as his colleague Helmut Sporer from Augsburg,
who demands human dignity and self-determination as key criteria
for the regulation of prostitution. Together with Simon Häggström
he has been an expert in the hearings of the European Parliament
on this issue. They will be joined by Inge Bell who is a journalist
and an activist for the abolishment of prostitution and human trafficking,
with extensive experience with respect to the trafficking of women
and girls in and from Eastern Europe; she is also member of TERRE
DES FEMMES’ and SOLWODI’s executive board.
8:30 p.m. l Kino Museum
"Ich gehöre ihm – Loverboy".
15-year-old Caro carries the typical insecurities of puberty. Until she falls head-over-heels for the handsome Cem. He turns out to be an unscrupulous “lover-boy”, who ruthlessly manipulates Caro, pulling her into a whirlwind of violence and prostitution despite her parents’ desperate attempts to prevent this from happening. Will she escape it?
Followed by a conversation with
Sandra Norak, survivor of the „Loverboy-Method“.
Sat 23.11., 2:00 p.m. l Rathaus Tübingen
Flag Raising Ceremony for the “International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women”
TERRE DES FEMMES-Flag Action „Live freely – without violence“
This year TERRE DES FEMMES raises its flag under the motto „#sexispriceless:
For a World Without Prostitution“. After the opening speech
by Lord Mayor Boris Palmer, Marie Kaltenbach from Sisters e.V. as
representative of the WomensNetwork Tübingen introduces into
the topic. TERRE DES FEMMES CEO Christa Stolle presents the demands
and activities for a societal exit from prostitution; in the context
of the „girls‘ campaign“ she also takes into account
the „Loverboy-Method“ by which school girls are lured
into prostitution. Journalist Inge Bell offers a vivid report, enriched
by video material, on goals, campaigns and achievements of the networks
against prostitution and human trafficking.
In cooperation with the University town of Tübingen and WomensNetwork 8th March
Sun 24.11., 11:00 a.m. l Frauenprojektehaus Weberstr. 8
Film and Breakfast at the Frauencafé
Delband – Beloved
The strong-willed 82-year-old shepherdess Firouzeh enjoys her absolute independence with her cows in the crystal-clear, breathtaking landscape of Northern Iran. She loves doing the hard work all alone, including chopping wood and climbing trees. Widow of a forced marriage and having raised 11 kids, this is the least she deserves. Now she refuses to move to the comforts of village life in the valley…
Carmen and her friends, ordinary women of rural Brazil, are fed up with the brutality of their men and pursue the extraordinary: to build a community free of violence. Driven by female solidarity, empathy and intuition, gender roles are turned upside down and abusive men now respect if not fear the fierce women, their whistles, not to mention their impending sex strike!
Director Ella Antoni present
Admission for breakfast and film: 14 Euro. Reservations welcome under firstname.lastname@example.org
in cooperation with Frauencafé „achtbar“
Mon 25.11., 8:15 p.m.I Ribingurumu Mühlstraße 20 | Admission Free
Querfeldein with #ichbinkeinfreier and Sisters e.V.
The student association Querfeldein welcomes all to a cozy pub conversation
with two initiatives. For a world without prostitution – that
is what they both are thriving for even though with different approaches. Marie
Kaltenbach talks for „Sisters – for the exit
from prostitution“ e.V. who help women and girls get out
of prostitution, but also want to contribute to a change in society‘s
awareness. Justyna Koeke comes from #ichbinkeinfreier (#I’m
not a John) a campaign that aims at establishing positive images
of emancipated masculinity, as well as examining and questioning
the relationship between prostitution and gender relations in general.
Sat 23.11., 6:00 p.m. I Kino Waldhorn
Que sea ley - Let it Be Law
Thousands of women and men form an ocean of green in the streets of Buenos Aires, passionately demonstrating for the right to accessible, legal and safe abortion. This moving documentary highlights personal fates – among them deadly outcomes of illegal abortions – and accompanies the protests, the fierce outcry of the Argentinian women against the dominating catholic and fundamentalist-evangelical patriarchy.
in Cannes and San Sebastián 2019
| Expert Dr. Gabriele Halder present
Sat 23.11., 8:30 p.m. | Kino Waldhorn
Nur eine Frau
Tribeca and German Cinema award | Expert Necla Kelek present
Sun 24.11., 8:15 p.m. | Kino Waldhorn
wir das verdient? - What Have We Done to Deserve This?
3 International Film awards | Director present