A Room of Oblivion (2019)

A Room of Oblivion is an experimental film reflecting on the notion of queer memories, and the failure of it through rediscovered footage taken in a journey with an ex-partner.

Festival Selection: - Selected for 23rd Queer Lisboa, Portugal, Sept 2019
- Selected for 35th Ljubljana LGBT Film Festival, Nov 2019
- Selected for Spain Moving Images Festival 2020, Spain, Oct 2020
- Selected for Interface Video Art Festival 2020, Croatia, Dec 2020
- Selected for Thessaloniki Queer Arts Festival 2021, Greece, Jun 2021 - Selected for 17th annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival, United States, Jun 2021- Selected for Queer East Film Festival 2022, United Kingdom, May 2022- Selected for 2022 non-syntax Experimental Image Festival, Taiwan, Jun 2022
- Selected for 2022 Bangalore Queer Film Festival, India, Jul 2022- Selected for Experiments in Cinema, Albuquerque, US, Apr 2023

Screenings/Exhibition:  - Screened in EYE Filmmuseum Researchlab, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Feb 2019
- Selected for The Soft Screening, Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, Apr 2019
- Exhibited in Queer Bodies, Korzo Theater, The Hauge, the Netherlands, Sept 2019
- Screened in Extra: Queer Landing by Mini Maxwell in International Queer & Migrant Film Festival, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Dec 2019
- Screened in Memory as Border/lessge.stell, Taiwan, Nov 2021
- Screened in Remnants and Reflections, Women in Film and Photography,  Objectifs, Dec 2021
- Exhibited in LOVE+ Awakenings, Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Hong Kong, Nov 2022- Screened at Imaginable Future - Hong Kong Short Film Programs, Yale, New Haven, US, Apr 2023
- Exhibited at EXPO Raak, Transport Artspace, Maastricht, the Netherlands, May 2023

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