In 2007 the first ”Ferien in Schlampenau”, which roughly translates to “Vacations in Slut Meadow”, took place in Germany, becoming meanwhile a yearly feminist summer camp for women who challenge the concept of monogamy as the sole accepted relationship model.
“Also unnatural women need rest”, said the invitation, “and to spend time with other sluts, away from the heteronormativity, exchanging experiences, discussing utopias or developing a new relationship culture.”
In this DIY, no-budget film, word is given to four participants in Schlampenau and they speak about polyamory, the camp itself, feminism, queer identities and their dreams for the future.
The film shows a sense of fight against alienation in a society where being a woman, polyamorous, feminist, queer or transgender is often misunderstood or outright repressed. The camp is revealed as a place of togetherness, freedom, discussion and fun.
Ladies from all genders and gentlemen, welcome to Schlampenau.
you can have the film against a voluntary donation.
min. 8 Euros for private usage (self-evaluation according to own finantial situation)
min. 20 Euro for public screenings.
In some cases (e.g. Soli-events which dont charge any admition fee and/or have no budget) we can lend the film! In case you have questions just write us, we love to hear from you.
A documentary film by Ann Antidote and Roderick.
Germany 2010 / duration: 18' 30''
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