Sunday 14th October 2012 – 8pm, The Old Market Hall. A story of first love and coming out which also touches the subject of the perception of the homosexual community from others.
Sunday 14th October 2012 – 4.30pm, The Old Market Hall. An extremely well made and touching film which shows a person in mid-transition dealing with all their relationships – family, friends and romance.
Sunday 14th October 2012 – 1.30pm, The Old Market Hall. Chely Wright: Wish Me Away tells the story of one very brave Nashville music star, who was the first of her kind to come out as gay.
Sunday 13th October 2012 – 10.30am, The Hive. Westernized guy Vikas has been obsessing about his straight boss Thom for years, much to best friend Amrita’s displeasure
Sunday 13th October 2012 – 10.30pm, The Hive. A short documentary that portrays the painful steps that a gay man from the Middle East has to confront for being homosexual.
Saturday 13th October 2012 – 8pm, The Old Market Hall. A sweet, British film that explores the need for acceptance not just from other people but from one self.
Saturday 13th October 2012 – 4.30pm, The Old Market Hall. Hannah and Rachel grew up as little girls in the same small Midwest town, where traditional gender expectations eventually challenge their deep love for one another…
Saturday 13th October 2012 – 1:30pm, The Old Market Hall. Winning Top Film Award at the 36th Frameline Film Festival 2012, Call me Kuchu is a timely reminder of the oppression that gay people face in 80 countries worldwide.
Sunday 13th October 2012 – 10.30pm, The Hive. Written & Directed by Stien Weijers. A very short short!! An animated satire of the muscular ideal beauty within the mainstream gay scene.
(Short-Spain) – Monste, a scatterbrained, well-meaning sex therapist, embarks on a mission to reconnect with her angsty son after discovering his troubles may stem from the huge “problem” tucked inside his trousers. Sunday 13th October 2012 – 10.30pm, The Hive. Part of the Sunday Shorts.