hort Film: (Saturday 7th October, 20:00). Screening prior to Tangerine. Documentary made by transgender theatre maker and performer Kate O’Donnell about the questions she regularly encounters.
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Short Film: (Sunday 8th October, 15:30). Screening prior to Signature Move. Two desperate women searching for relationship help visit an unconventional therapist.
Lecture: (Saturday 7th October 2017, 16:00). In LGBT+ politics and activism bisexual people are often left out of the conversation. To consider bisexual people – our lives, our desires, and the difficulties we face – enriches our understanding of sexuality, foregrounding issues that we otherwise might not consider.
Short Film: (Saturday 7th October, 17:30). Screening prior to The Summer of Sangailė. A cute lesbian working in a shop gets an amazing surprise when a quirky customer appears…
Short Film: (Saturday 7th October, 17:30). Screening prior to Théo & Hugo. The film is set in a men’s clothing shop in 1976, the year in which the screenplay was written by an esteemed lover of corduroy who for legal reasons can not be named.
Short Film: (Saturday 7th October, 17:30). Screening prior to While You Weren’t Looking. 1997 China is a place of transitions. Control of Hong Kong has just returned to the mainland. Western values are beginning to impact traditional Chinese values.
Short Film: (Sunday 8th October, 13:30). Part of the International Short Film Programme – A retired Chinese general receives an unusual visit from his grandson.
Short Film: (Sunday 8th October, 13:30). Part of the International Short Film Programme – Hava’s brothers decide to divide their paternal property. According to traditional customs, the right to inheritance belongs to male descendants only whereas Hava has no right to inherit. The eldest brother is obligated to find a husband for his sister. Hava must be married and live at her husband’s house.
Short Film: (Sunday 8th October, 13:30). Part of the International Short Film Programme – Using silent vignettes, music, and sign language, “Sign” uniquely tells the story of a relationship between Ben, a hearing man, and Aaron, who is deaf.