Representing all kinds of subjectivity makes you open your eyes on the world.
SOME PREFER CAKE
is the international lesbian film festival, born in 2007 under the artistic direction of Luki Massa and Marta Bencich. It carried on even after Luki deceased, because of its uniqueness in the Italian scene.
It’s a community festival, made of people gathering together every year, exclusive films from all around the world, debates on culture, art and politics. Since 2018, we proudly lead its artistic direction, as well as its communication.
HATE CRIMES NO MORE
is 2019 campaign that narrates through 7 different, common, shareable stories, the omo-bi-lesbian-trans-phobia. It is an invisible problem, but also a real one: an oppressive system still not being questioned nor recognized by the Italian political institutions. For this reason, the Centro Risorse LGBT, with the support of the Bologna Municipality, has launched a campaign daring to gather data on hate against LGBTI people in Italy through a questionnaire.
What’s the biggest problem an intersex person has to face in Italy today? Without any doubt the absence of civil and human rights, non consensual or poorly informed medicalisation, but before that total ignorance surrounding the issue. Claudia Balsano and Daniela Crocetti, activists for intersex people’s right, wanted to tell about natural body’s variations that come under the umbrella term “intersex”. We have supported them, creating a visually positive and empowering imaginary, in which the plurality of bodies and life stories is represented as an unpredictable mix of candies, different in shapes and colors.
is a campaign promoted in 2014 by the Cassero LGBTI center and Mit. It’s a direct, straightforward, outspoken, still relevant campaign. Just a few tricks and advice to live a healthy sexual life, away from sexually transmitted diseases. A campaign about everyone, celebrating the joy of sex and not the sadness of censorship.
We start from you, from the people we know and want to see as protagonists. We imagine them in their daily lives and we make them shine without stereotypes or victimization. Every LGBTQ+ project, cultural or social, makes us wonder about who we want to be in the world and how we want the world to look at us.
THE PROJECT’S SURPRISE
Every LGBTQ+ project makes us feel deeply involved and invested. Maybe the most surprising side is being lucky enough to meet people who work very hard and with courage to make these campaigns and events happen, and give visibility to LGBTQ+ people. Their positive energy, each time, it’s a surprise.