THERE’S STILL GOOD, 12min., Japan, LGBT/Drama Directed by Ciaran R. Maidwell Will, a young black student from Cape Town travels to the suburbs with his white boyfriend, K, to meet Joy, K’s mother. At dinner, Joy asks Will what his ‘African’ name is, and the story takes off from there. CLICK HERE – and see full info… Continue reading THERE’S STILL GOOD Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from May 2019 LGBT Toronto Festival
THE BROTHER, 4min., UK, LGBT/Comedy Directed by Kai Fiáin The morning after the night before, Frances finds herself a little bit more involved in a situation than she would want to be – the kind of situation where you don’t ask too many questions. The beauty of London’s East End is that you never quite know… Continue reading THE BROTHER Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from May 2019 LGBT Toronto Festival
RISK, 20min., Slovenia, LGBT/Romance Directed by Tina Novak Explores relationships between the male and female mind; the way their psyche is impacted by fear and jealousy, and how they respond differently to the same event leads to gender stereotypes being challenged throughout the film. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!
FREEFALL, 16min., Canada, LGBT/Drama Directed by Krit Komkrichwarakool After Ivan was diagnosed with ALS, his relationship with Lucas is challenged when he starts to lose control of his own body. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!
CHAMP, 30min, Germany, LGBT/Sports Directed by Tomislav Vujcic MMA fighter Mike is forced to “come out” and he wants the title. Fight for dignity, recognition & respect! CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!