Don't Put Me on Display
Connections cross with exhilarating results in these 8 fantastic short films. United States: A married couple unexpectedly faces their relationship issues while taking ballroom dance lessons in a very heteronormative class in Foxy Trot. A couple gets into a tiff on the way home from a social event in Parker. On the last day of an expiring romance, a woman reflects on all that has transpired to bring her to this final moment in Inertia. In She's Marrying Steve, a twenty-something woman gets invited to her ex-girlfriend's wedding to a man and decides to go. Despite her disapproval of the wedding, she travels to Connecticut for the weekend where she reunites with old friends and her ex and gains a new perspective on her past relationship. In Girl Talk, Mia explores the disparity between emotional and physical intimacy, coming to a head when she meets an intriguing couple. Australia: Kanosis Kiss is the story of Emily, a young woman realizing that choosing between the God she loves and the woman she loves is something she doesn't know if she can do. Spain: Laura wakes up with a hangover in Lucia's home. She wants to get out of there, but Lucia convinces her to have breakfast with her in Flamingo. France: Lucy and Josephine have been together for a long time. To keep their love intact, they have their own special stragegy or else they may have to Check Out.
Congratulations to director Lisa Donato - Best Women's US Short: - Foxy Trot
Congratulations to Rhianon Jones - Best Women's Short Screenplay - Parker
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