(Saturday Shorts-Fiction-Poland) – In the form of a trailer for a thriller movie about a man living in danger and stress, which eventually leads him to catastrophe. Saturday 18th October 2014 @ 10:00 at The Gateway.
WORLD PREMIERE (Sunday Shorts-Documentaries-Canada) – An anagram of “napkins”, SPANKIN transposes the gay hanky code of the 70s onto contemporary coffee culture. Sunday 19th October 2014 @ 11:00 at The Hive.
Short Film – Co-founder of the Pink Singers, Mark Bunyan spent the 70s and 80s performing his original songs at almost every pivotal event in UK gay history. In the words of a fan, he was “The First Gay Superstar”! Screening as part of Rainbow Shorts at the Ludlow Fringe Arts Festival.
UK PREMIERE (Sunday Shorts-Documentaries-Canada) – Three generations of LGBT Canadians talk about their life journeys – being bullied, coming out, and coming into their own. Sunday 19th October 2014 @ 11:00 at The Hive.
(Sunday Shorts-Documentaries-Australia) – It was 1978, the violent beginning of Sydney’s Gay Mardi Gras. In a time of public persecution, the gay community took to the streets. Sunday 19th October 2014 @ 11:00 at The Hive.
(Sunday Shorts-Documentaries-USA) The Cost of Gender shares the stories of transgender Americans faced with health care discrimination at home, who look to Thailand for better options. Sunday 19th October 2014 @ 11:00 at The Hive.
This compelling documentary tells the life story of Blue Lunden, a working class lesbian activist whose odyssey of personal transformation parallels lesbians’ changing roles over the past 40 years. Saturday 18th October 2014 @ 16:30 at the Old Market Hall.
Short (Cambodia) – A true story about two women struggling hard for their love. Friday 17th October 2014 @ 20:00 at The Old Market Hall