AUDIENCE FESTIVAL AWARDS Best Film: WAJOOD (SELFHOOD) Best Performances: HOW TO BE ALONE Best Cinematography: DEVIL WEARS A SUIT Best Music: The music from SHAPING SCARS Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Video for each film: THE 3RD TRY, 5min, USA, LGBT, Drama WATCH Audience FEEDBACK DEVIL WEARS A SUIT, 20min, Australia, LGBT, Sci-Fi WATCH Audience FEEDBACK… Continue reading HIGHLIGHTS & VIDEOS: June 2017 LGBT FEEDBACK Film Festival
THE 3RD TRY, 5min, USA, LGBT, Drama Directed by Alfonso Rodriguez An emotionally unstable lesbian couple tries to find solace after experiencing a traumatic loss. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!
Wajood (Selfhood) revolves around a young hijra’s (trans-woman) life in Mumbai, who seems to fancy herself with an auto-rickshaw driver. When confronted by the elders of her community about her unrealistic expectations, she goes on a subconscious quest to know if somebody will ever fall in love with her. Or, is this thought as naive… Continue reading WAJOOD (SELFHOOD) Short Film – AUDIENCE FEEDBACK Video from the LGBT June 2017 Festival
Short Film HOW TO BE ALONE Playing at June 2016 LGBT Film Festival in Toronto Director Biography Erez Eisenstein is a film director and screenwriter, born and raised in Israel. Graduated with Honors from the Mathematics and Computer Science Department of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Recently graduated from the Film and Television Department of Tel-Aviv… Continue reading Director’s BIO: Erez Eisenstein
Short Film SHAPING SCARS Playing at June 2016 LGBT Film Festival in Toronto Director Biography Screen Dance Director Sholtay has been involved with dance for over 20 years now. Originally from the Hungarian countryside, he moved to London in 2010 and started to work at Danceworks, a renowned dance studio in the heart of London. The… Continue reading Director’s BIO: Zsolti ‘Sholtay’ Szabo
Playing at June 2016 LGBT Film Festival in Toronto ‘Shaping Scars’ takes the viewers on a journey with two girls who once loved each other, but while one is able to embrace herself openly (and therefore their relationship), the other is struggling to step into the light and shake off her demons. They love, they… Continue reading Get to know the short film: SHAPING SCARS, 7min, UK, LGBT, Dance
His short film WAJOOD (SELFOOD) Playing at June 2016 LGBT Film Festival in Toronto Director Biography Vishal Srivastava is an independent filmmaker based in Mumbai. He made his first short film ‘Sharminda’ while working in an IT firm, which was widely appreciated in the film festival circle in India. Since then, Vishal has been working in… Continue reading Director BIO: Vishal Srivastava