THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH
Note: The August 13 screening at 4:20 p.m. (!) is SOLD OUT.
Do you enjoy sex, romance, and hard-hitting drama? Then this collection of 8 international short films, featuring a variety of genres, styles and subject matter, is for you. India: A first-of-its-kind silent LGBTQ film in India, Sisak is set in the fast-paced environs of the Mumbai local train system. It details a romance that develops slowly and intoxicatingly, nestled in the silences and quiet comforts of the end-of-day train journeys. Mexico: It seems like the beginning of a new romance but Andrés doesn’t know which direction to take, because every road leads him to something sexual in Line 9. Russia: Estranged from his father, a Russian man seeks solace on a "men seeking men" section of Craigslist in Visitor. Australia: In The Devil Wears a Suit, a Jewish boy must decide whether to cure his homosexuality with an injection or be ostracized from his community. Canada: In Guillaume Masturbates, well, Guillaume masturbates too often. Netherlands: As the Syrian civil war rages, Sami has fled his hometown of Aleppo and now lives in Amsterdam. He hopes to be able to live openly as a gay man in Scar Tissue. Spain: In Swimming Pool, Santi and Jota are two guys living in the outskirts of Madrid who spend their time drinking beer in the park, going to sleazy clubs and talking about the hottest girls in the neighborhood. But Jota seems a little bit worried about something. United Kingdom: A shy and quiet loner spends the afternoon with a man named Ben after meeting him on a dating app in Jamie.
Saturday, August 12
Sunday, August 13
Thursday, August 17