The documentary SILVANA, shot by Mika Gustafson, Olivia Kastebring and Christina Tsiobanelis, begins in the middle of the 2014 Swedish election year, and the prognosis is bleak. But while the nationalists are gaining traction, Silvana Imam climbs onto the stage and forms an opposing front: sparse beats, strong words, an identity all her own. Silvana is a lesbian, she’s non-white, she’s the child of immigrants, and she’s a self-declared feminist. In short, Silvana represents everything this society has a problem with—only she refuses to accept that state of affairs. Above all, the film, which will be shown at Pop-Kultur for the first time in Germany, takes a first-hand look at the rapper, who has had to come to terms both with her sudden success and with a relationship that has been in the limelight from the moment it began.