"Mrs. His Name" Screened at International Feminist Forum
"Mrs. His Name", a documentary by Hande Çayır was screened within the scope of the 2nd International Feminist Forum on March 17, Sunday.
Yırtık Bohça was played against discriminations
Esmeray, who is a well-known Kurdish trans stand-up artist and columnist on daily newspaper Taraf, performed her innovative and improvisational play Yırtık Bohça (Torn Bundle) within the scope of Symposium Against Discriminations.
Pride Parade for the Festival On Wheels
The 18th Festival On Wheels invites you to 2010 Gay Pride Parade in Serbia with a comedy Parada , a co-production of Serbia, Crotia, Macedonia and Slovenia.
Yırtık Bohça is in Ankara
Esmeray will perform her play Yırtık Bohça as a part of the Symposium against Discrimination which will be held between 10-16 December.
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