enjoy these 3 strands of short films

You can access the films anytime during the festival period  18th to 20th August. Free to access prior registration. Get your tickets HERE 

STRAND 1 QUEER WOMXN LOVE

You can access the films anytime during the festival period  18th to 23rd August.

From coming out to trying to figure it all out, these films look at the complexities of love, family and relationships. Stories from filmmakers around the world look at queer womxn, their loves and their losses. These films explore our relationships with each other as women and what it means to live and love as a queer woman, from finding ourselves to building families.

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rOADKILL, 15' usa

Aliza Brugger

Tillie's lonely life as a roadkill removal worker is destabilized when Wanda, a lively stranger, comes to town.

STRAND 2 our stories matter

You can access the films anytime during the festival period  18th to 23rd August.

Whilst we must rightly celebrate all that being LGBTQ+ means, we acknowledge that there is always progress to be made and that many within the community are still misrepresented and underrepresented. In this selection of shorts we are reminded of some of the difficulties still facing members of our community. Through documentary, drama and even comedy these films explore issues that still stand in the way of equality for all.

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PAPERTHIN, 17' PERU-USA

Lucía Florez

21-year-old Anton left East Russia to move to New York City after facing violent attacks and persecutions because of gender identity. Now, while starting to transition Anton applies for political asylum in the US with the dream of starting from scratch and creating a free future.

STRAND 3 queer creativity

You can access the films anytime during the festival period  18th to 23rd August.

Last Frame is proud to showcase a variety of visual content in this very special strand of films. From a video diary exploring the filmmaker’s own personal health, family history and desires to a beautifully 16mm short of love and loss. Catch a futuristic-sci-fi-romance alongside a beautifully choreographed dance piece and an absorbing spoken word piece exploring identity through poetry and music.

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IN ORBIT, 17' IRELAND

Katie McNeice

There was once an invisible optician, trapped in a strange and lonely world. Her story starts with a broken lens and the woman who taught her to see things differently.

This screening [or event ] is part of Film FeelsConnected, a UK-wide cinema season, supported by the National Lottery and BFI Film Audience Network.  Explore all films and events at filmfeels.co.uk  

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