Saturday 19th September 2015, 6:30pm-9pm, The New Foresters
We love the atmosphere of a good LGBT film festival, and that’s exactly what we want to recreate with this short-film-meets-social event. So for that reason we’ll be screening everything from kooky, Cannes-selected animations to films with cock-shaped religious visions in them.
Made by a filmmaker originally from Nottingham, Daniel tells the story of a student working part-time as an escort in London to pay his tuition fees. He is invited to a lunch his close friend Nori as she introduces him to new lover Tom, but the results aren’t quite what she had in mind.
I Really Like You
An adoring gay man becomes mentally unhinged when his relationships with other men turn sour, leading to some very tragic consequences.
An elderly woman sees a vision of Jesus on a young African man’s swimming shorts, coming to believe God has sent him to free her from loneliness in this wonderful short made with the winnings from the industry and career-changing Iris Prize at the Cardiff International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.
An interesting, engaging short that blends beautiful animation with Teagan Thisby Young‘s transitional perspective.
One of the British Film Council’s “Five Films For Freedom,” Jake Graf’s short sees two men slipping towards bleak and desolate old age find hope together when a chance encounter unites them.
A deep, passionate love triangle creates a heaven in hell’s despair when two lovers are forced to pick a side and stick with it.
A mother and child clash over the latter’s desire to switch their gender, but potential reconciliation glimmers on the horizon…