Friday 31 March
Tickets Cinetol // 21:00 // € 7 presents: KENYA (documentary)
Genre: queer, sexworkers, film, performance, art,
Open: 21:00 - 23:00 hrs
Tickets: € 7
Line up: KENYA (documentary) presents!:

Whorehouse Cinema, a sex worker film & arts festival between 31 March and April 2nd 2023@Cinetol, Amsterdam. We are a collective consisting of (former) sex workers, feminists, queer and trans people from all different walks of life and backgrounds and operate under the name of presents! We organise events in The Netherlands on the topic of sex work and aim to destigmatize sex work trough more nuanced and diverse representation. Our focus is on perspectives which stay away from the usual, narrow ideas and stereotypes of what it means to be a sex worker and stories that are intersectional. We prioritise works made with, by and for with sex worker communities. Welcome at whorehouse cinema!

KENYA (documentary) + introduction & performance by Papaya Kuir 
Gisela Delgadillo/ Mexico/ 2022 / 88 min / Spanish with English subtitles
21:00-23:00 | Zaal | Tickets: €7 | Instagram

After witnessing the murder of her friend, Kenya, a trans woman sex worker, embarks on a path of struggle and search for justice that leads her to face the fear and pain of seeing herself reflected in that tragic ending. Papaya Kuir is an intersectional feminist collective for and by trans and queer Latinx asylum seekers, refugees and migrants in the Netherlands.


Praktische informatie
Deze show is rolstoeltoegankelijk. Heb je verder vragen over de toegankelijkheid van Cinetol, lukt het niet om online een kaartje te kopen of heb je een andere vraag? Bel ons op 020 248 0186, we zijn bereikbaar op kantoordagen tussen 10:00 – 18:00. Per mail contact opnemen kan ook via Wij vragen publiek met klachten die passen bij het Coronavirus de richtlijnen van de rijksoverheid te volgen.

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