As part of the worldwide distribution of InnSæi, we continue to follow the film and participate in Q&As after screening.
This time, it was the local film club, FLIZ (= Film lovers of Zug) in Switzerland, Canton Zug, which organised a screening of InnSæi on March 13.
We were thrilled that our screening sold out
FLIZ has existed for almost 15 years and is supported financially by the Canton Zug. They present one movie per month, and we were thrilled that our screening sold out. According to Bettina Schmidle, at the FLIZ club, “most of our audience are long- time members and passionate film lovers, so are we.” It was great to meet the board members of the cinema club at a dinner before the screening.
After the screening we did Q&A, with a full room, the questions had to do with the film itself, how people can be more compassionate in times of a big wave of refugees to Europe and how we can best address the “gender crises” we are going through.
We discussed masculine and feminine elements that reside within all of us and how we can constructively address that within the politically charged discourse around gender equality and the cultural definitions of gender. Very interesting discussions indeed!
The local newspaper reviewed the film and I was happy to spot posters here and there around the beautiful area surrounding my hotel and the cinema.
Questions had to do with the film itself, how people can be more compassionate in times of a big wave of refugees to Europe and how we can best address the “gender crises” we are going through