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Queer Now
The section focusing on queer cinema has a new name and offers a selection of thematically and geographically diverse films of various genres which viewers may choose regardless of their identity and orientation. It opens with a star-studded reconstruction of a scandal in the history of the American porn industry, King Cobra. A trio of films with a political edge represent the region of Latin America, concentrating on persecution in 1950s Cuba and the true story of a lesbian family. A poignant topic is the issue of homophobia in macho sports such as football and rugby, and the loss of a beloved person in European debuts, spanning from a darkly comedic road-movie to a formally playful melodrama. Reports about our close neighbors are provided by New World about queer immigrants in Poland, and The Constitution, which was co-produced by the Czech Republic and Balkan states.
 
Handsome Devil / Handsome Devil / Pokušitel (Ireland) Director: John Butler (Queer Now)
Jesus / Jesús / Jesús (Colombia, France, Germany, Chile, Greece) Director: Fernando Guzzoni (Queer Now)
King Cobra / King Cobra / Král Kobra (USA) Director: Justin Kelly (Queer Now)
Liebmann / Liebmann / Liebmann (Germany) Director: Jules Herrmann (Queer Now)
New World / Nowy Swiat / Nový svět (Poland) Director: Elżbieta Benkowska, Michał Wawrzecki, Łukasz Ostalski (Queer Now)
Rara / Rara / Rara (Argentina, Chile) Director: Pepa San Martín (Queer Now)
Santa & Andres / Santa y Andrés / Santa a Andrés (Colombia, Cuba, France) Director: Carlos Lechuga (Queer Now)
The Constitution / Ustav Republike Hrvatske / Ústava (Croatia, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Serbia, Macedonia) Director: Rajko Grlić (Queer Now)
The Pass / The Pass / Přihrávka (United Kingdom) Director: Ben A. Williams (Queer Now)
 
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