Emre Busse is an art historian and filmmaker specializing in contemporary sexualities and trans-cultural pornography studies. He recently completed his Ph.D. at the Art History faculty of the Freie University of Berlin, supported by a 3-year doctoral fellowship from the Hans-Böckler Stiftung. He holds an M.A. from the Fine Arts Faculty of Bauhaus University, Weimar (2015). In 2017, he co-curated the exhibition 'Soft g - queer forms migrate' at Schwules Museum* Berlin, a significant LGBTQ+ History Museum in Berlin. He is a member of the Masculinity, Sex, and Popular Culture Network, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) in the United Kingdom. Emre's last cinematographic work, the Godasses Trilogy, has been featured at international film festivals and institutions, including the Institute of Contemporary Arts London, the Porn Film Festival San Francisco, and the Brussels Independent Short Film Festival. Currently, he is teaching a seminar course called 'Pornography and Visual Culture' at the University of Bremen. His new movie, "The Man Who Perceives All' will be released in winter 2024. His monograph “Ethnicity as Desire: Gay Pornographic Film between Europe and the S.W.A.N.A. Regions” will be published in early 2024.