A variety of short films and series by international queer filmmakers as well as Container Love’s own productions, making the voices of the LGBTQ+ community heard, educating while celebrating queer film worldwide.
Photo Andreas Knaub
Love Has No Label
Introducing our in-house Container Love film project, Love Has No Label, showing that no matter what, labels don't define us.
Love Finds A Way: The Premiere of Love Has No Label
The premiere of Container Love’s Love Has No Label editorial an evening to remember - find out more about it here.
Shayne: Living On A Spectrum
Love Has No Label tells the stories of four individuals and how they manage to remain true to themselves. This episode is about Shayne.
Isaak: Norms To Change
Love Has No Label tells the stories of four individuals and how they manage to remain true to themselves. This episode is about Isaak.
Chiderah: Not The Only Thing About Me
Love Has No Label tells the stories of four individuals and how they manage to remain true to themselves. This episode is about Chiderah.
Kate: The Time To Be Vulnerable
Love Has No Label tells the stories of four individuals and how they manage to remain true to themselves. This episode is about Kate.
Yha Yha: Giving All Yha Love
We sat down with Yha Yha, otherwise known as Alyha Love, to discuss being an American DJ and big time socialite with Berlin as her new home.
Stallman Gallery: Nothing Linear
From the Stallman Gallery in Berlin, gallerist Lina Stallman and artist Daniel Spivakov show how art can trigger changes in society.
Lani Lees: Shining Like Gold
Coming from the creative field, Lani is the founder and designer of the sustainable and responsible jewellery brand, LANI LEES.
Zsá Zsá: Crossing Borders With Hyper-Femininity
Over the past few years, musician and actress Zsá Zsá has become a rising star among the wilder kids of Berlin. Find the exclusive here!
Charissa Chioccarelli: Nailing It
An all around talent, Charissa Chioccarelli of Isla Berlin was simply wonderful to work with when shooting her #ContainerTalks episode.
Tijan Marei: German Film’s Wild Child
The Privilege actress Tijan Marei belongs to a new generation shaking up German film with an equally fresh attitude.
An ever-expanding selection of contemporary films exploring queer identity, curated by Container Love.
Photo Narzissmus by Schall & Schnabel
Hannes Hirsch: Drifter
With a documentary-like sensibility, Hannes Hirsch’s feature-length debut sensitively depicts a new start in Berlin’s gay scene.
Valentino R. Sandoli: Transición
Valentino R. Sandoli directs Transición. Exploring the search for oneself, a sensitive masculinity where the body is a canvas of shapes. Shot in Madrid, Spain.
Faraz Shariat: Futur Drei
Faraz Shariat tells the story of the queer adolescence of an immigrant son in Germany providing a talking-back to conventional German cinema.
Leonie Krippendorff: Kokon
Kokon by Leonie Krippendorff is a film about wild girls who emancipate from the body images of social networks discovering who they want to be.
Alexan Sarikamichian: Cosmos
Cosmos by Alexan Sarikamichian is the story of three friends spending a weekend in the woods where true feelings start to arise.
Hari Sama: This Is Not Berlin
This Is Not Berlin by Hari Sama was celebrated at its world premiere in Sundance and has since received numerous awards.
Armando Frezze Durand: Videonegro
Armando Frezze Durand is a photographer from Buenos Aires and director of the short film Videonegro on inclusion and exclusion.
Schall & Schnabel: Narzissmus
Narzissmus is the superstructure of video installation I Need A Break From Shining, a collaboration between Schall & Schnabel and Lucas Gutierrez.
Armando Frezze Durand: Príncipe Del Barrio
Príncipe Del Barrio is a short film made by Armando Frezze Durand, a Buenos Aires based artist.