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In this jubilee year, a second Mosse Lecture will be held by filmmaker David Weissman.David Weissman is an Emmy Award nominated filmmaker and long-time activist. He is best known for the acclaimed documentaries We Were Here (2011) and The Cockettes (2002).

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Datum 18 september 2019
Tijd 17:30 - 18:30

Currently he is working on a project called Conversations with Gay Elders: a series of in-depth interviews and conversational documentaries focused on men whose journeys of sexual self-discovery precede the era of Stonewall and gay liberation. 

Film screening from 8:30 p.m. onwards

After the lecture, reception, and a dinner break, an episode of David’s Conversations, featuring 77 year-old Kerby Lauderdale of Portland OR. This screening will start at 8.30 pm.
 
Both events take place at Amsterdam's main public library (OBA;  Oosterdokskade 143) and are free of charge. Reservation is not required.
 
Two days before the lecture, on Monday 16 September, the Queer & Migrant Film Festival will screen We Were Here and The Cockettes at the Cinema of the Dam’d in Amsterdam.

More about the Mosse Lectures