When screening a music documentary about a sharp cool and beautiful female rapper from Sweden with a famous pop singer girlfriend, the most suitable place to promote it is at the legendary lesbian club, NOIZ.

In collaboration with CineDoc *  we unite forces for a music film evening.

Noiz Club will screen the exciting documentary Silvana at Sunday 22. of April at 21.45 followed by Outview Film Festival’s Big Women’s Party.

The entrance is 6 euros including beer or wine where 2 euros goes to support the festival.


(Mika GUstafson, Olivia Kastebring, Christina Tsiobanelis, Sweden, 91’, 2017)

★ Winner Swedish Film Academy Awards for Best Documentary 2017 ★

An intimate love story and filmic journey through the first years of the career of a contemporary feminist icon.

With her uncompromising lyrics against all forms of oppression, Swedish rapper Silvana Imam has taken Scandinavia by storm. She uses her razor-sharp tongue to spotlight movements taking place in today’s society, embodying the voice of a new generation along the way. This film follows Silvana from underground artist to icon, as she wins several major awards and forms an almost mythical relationship with Swedish pop-artist, Beatrice Eli.

“Let’s smash patriarchy!” Swedish hip-hop artist Silvana Imam shouts through a megaphone, and hundreds of hands shoot into the air. Her raw raps are autobiographical and strongly focused around sexual identity, politics and her own immigrant background—her father is from Syria, her mother from Lithuania. Silvana arrived in Sweden at an early age, and the documentary contains video footage of her as a child. She describes herself as a lesbian, feminist and anti-racist punk rapper, and calls Sweden a disgusting country: a conservative nation bursting with xenophobia.

*CineDoc organises regular screenings of awardwinning international documentary films across Greece, in collaboration withwith the Institut françaisde Grèce, Danaos Cinema, the Thessaloniki Film Festival, the ABCinema in Patra, the Municipality of Volos and the CineCinema in Amaliada. Spanning nine months of the year, the screenings are accompanied by a wide range of events designed to foster dialogue and inspire change. In 2015, CineDoc became a founding member of Moving Docs, an innovative European network that offers audiences the opportunity to watch and engage with documentaries across Europe.