Friedrich Naumann Foundation held a presentation of the documentary film

Equality 17 is an organization working on queer and feminist issues since 2016. While advocating human rights, the team of the organization uses different fields of art such as social theater and documentary cinematography.

In 2019, together with the Friedrich Naumann Foundation, the organization worked on the documentary film Caucasian Metamorphosis, which was dedicated to queer issues. In cooperation with the foundation, another documentary Another House was created at the beginning of this year, which tells the story of three queer emigrants from Georgia.

The characters of Another House – Selena, Gvantsa, and Tengo – are seeking refugee status and asylum in Belgium due to the unbearable situation in Georgia and threats based on their sexual orientation or gender identity.

The team of Equality 17 would like to thank everyone involved in the film-making process as well as the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for their strong support.

The online publication Queer, which is the media platform of Equality 17, presents the full version of Another House:


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