Transparency in cinema: Seahorse
Suggested by: Transat, Les Culottées, APGL
Ticketing : 10,30€ / Reduced rates available
Subject: Screening of the documentary film Seahorse followed by an exchange between the associations and the public.
Synopsis: Seahorse (Documentary film by Jeanie Finlay - 2019 - 1:31). Freddy is 30 years old and longs to start a family, but for him this ordinary desire comes with unique challenges. Freddy is a transgender gay man. Deciding to carry his own baby took years of reflection, but nothing could prepare him for the reality of pregnancy, both as a physical experience and as a challenge to society's fundamental understanding of gender, parenthood and family. He soon realizes that what he is experiencing in a pragmatic way, is deeply confusing and questioning for others, something he had not anticipated. Made over three years, with unprecedented closeness and collaboration, the film follows Freddy from preparation to conception, and all the way to birth. It is an intimate, bold and lyrical story about conception, pregnancy, birth and what makes us who we are.
Tel. 04 91 35 20 86
Memory and Affirmation
Suggested by: Memory of Sexualities and the Memorial of the Homosexual Deportation
Ticketing : free entry
Subject: LGBTI+ people have often been victims, they have sometimes been heroes. But they are forgotten victims and heroes. The question that arises is how to honour their memory, how to mark on the territory of our cities what they have been, what they have done.
There were the deportees, the victims of AIDS, the victims of LGBTIphobic aggressions. And some of them, some of their associations, have carried their words and their fights high. But they are forgotten. The public authorities do not know or recognize them. And the LGBTI+ community has often forgotten them too, neglecting the role they have played in ensuring our rights and freedoms today. Commemorative plaques, street names or other forms of marking will tell today's teens and adults the recognition they are entitled to. It is time to open this debate in Marseille.
Pride Marseille dinner at the Bistro
Suggested by: Venetian Bistro "Chez Mariein collaboration with ENIPSE Prévention-Santé
Ticketing : reservation recommended
Subject: Under the lime trees of its colorful terrace, Marie and the Bistro team welcome you for the traditional dinner of the friends of the Pride Marseille. A pleasant moment of Pride to make your taste buds salivate. More info on social networks. Don't forget to book (Tel. 04 91 47 34 34) ! Information-prevention stand of the association ENIPSE
Sport & Fun at Mont Rose
Suggested by: FrontRunners Marseille
Subject: A bit of sport to start the evening, with a 1h jogging for those who want to run, direction Callelongue: meeting from 7:15 pm on the parking at the end of the Bd. Mont Rose. And for those who prefer to swim, a short circuit of swimming in the sea : meeting point on the rocks from 7.15 pm. Afterwards, sportsmen and women as well as non-sportsmen will meet on the rocks of Mont Rose, facing the sunset, for a moment of conviviality with an aperitif offered by the Marseille Front. And to finish the evening, we picnic all together. Music, candles and lanterns will be there to brighten the evening.