Fargo-Moorhead LGBT Film Festival

Ulrich 1867

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Karl Heinrich Ulrichs (1825-1895), was a lawyer, journalist, publisher, writer, pioneer of sexology and is known as the "first open gay man" and "LGBTQ+"-activist in Germany.

At the German Juristentag in Munich in 1867, he publicly called for the impunity of same-sex sexual acts for the first time in a speech, which led to tumultuous scenes among the audience and his speech being broken off.

Even if many things have changed since then, there is still a long way to go...

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    10 minutes
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  • Director
    Sven Niemeyer
  • Screenwriter
    Sven Niemeyer
  • Producer
    Sven Niemeyer
  • Cast
    Ricardo Urbina, Mark Philip, Nicolas Köhler, Stephan Brauer, Danny Penninzula, Calum Flynn, Alessio Impedovo, Miss Vader Lizm, Fr. Chastity Belt
  • Cinematographer
    Markus Koepke