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The Parade, Srdjan Dragojevic, 2012

The Parade + Q&A

21 Mar 2013

Srdjan Dragojevic’s The Parade takes a comedic look at Serbia through the lens of one group’s fight to hold a Gay Pride parade in Belgrade. When a bulldog is shot, an improbable alliance develops. We meet Pearl and Mickey, a couple about to be married, and Mirko and Radmilo, a couple involved in the Gay Pride parade. Mirko happens to be Pearl’s wedding planner and Radmilo, his partner, turns out to be the veterinarian who saved Mickey’s dog’s life. After a lover’s quarrel, Mickey—who is less than accepting of Gay Pride—makes a deal to protect the participants in the parade in order to win Pearl back. Mickey and Radmilo embark on a road trip across Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Kosovo as Mickey attempts to assemble a fearsome security team for the parade. As they gather Mickey’s old friends from the war, it becomes clear to all that so-called enemies are often your greatest allies.

The screening is followed by a discussion with Boris Dittrich, Advocacy Director, LGBT program at Human Rights Watch.

Winner Panorama Audience Award Berlin Film Festival 2012

Presented in association with The Kaleidoscope Trust and Stonewall

Dir. Srdjan Dragojevic, Serbia 2012, 115 mins, drama, Serbian with English subtitles

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