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Rien n'oblige à répéter l'histoire (History doesn’t have to repeat itself)
Director: Stéphane Gérard
Cast: Perry Brass, Deborah Edel, Jim Hubbard, Sarah Schulman
France / USA | 2014 | 83 min
ENG - Seven entwined conversations discuss the transmission of a culture of community through different generations of LGBT activism in New York.
The Stonewall riots, iconic moment of the gay liberation, took place in New York City, in 1969. In 2012, forty-three years later, History doesn’t have to repeat itself is an attempt to identify which community was born from these riots and how the wide project of transformation that inspired this movement is being continued and transmitted. Seven conversation about the politics of sexual minorities and the fight against the AIDS epidemic are put together to present their analysis, their attempts and their ideals. Sharing a deep desire for justice and dealing with archives, video, activism or creation of community spaces, their projects travel across decades : they have learnt the lessons from the past and look towards the future with a craving for utopia.
FRA - Sept conversations croisées interrogent la transmission de la notion de communauté au fil des différentes générations de militantisme LGBT de New York. Les expérimentations abordées (vidéo, sauvegarde d'archives ou création d'espaces communautaires) s'entremêlent pour esquisser un horizon utopique.
Les émeutes de Stonewall, symbole de la libération homosexuelle, ont eu lieu dans le New York de 1969. En 2012, quarante-trois ans plus tard, Rien n'oblige à répéter l'histoire s'intéresse aux spécificités de la communauté née de cet évènement et tente de comprendre comment celle-ci parvient à transmettre et faire perdurer le vaste projet de transformation à l'origine de ce mouvement. Sept conversations abordant les politiques des minorités sexuelles et les luttes contre l'épidémie de sida se rencontrent pour proposer leurs analyses, raconter leurs tentatives et réunir leurs idéaux. Partageant un criant désir de justice et s'inscrivant dans les domaines des archives, de la vidéo, du militantisme ou de la création d'espaces communautaires, leurs projets traversent les époques : ils ont retenu les leçons du passé et portent vers l'avenir un regard utopique.
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