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Block of Shorts # 4 - LGBTQ (SRFF 2023)

67 min

SHOWTIMES 02/25/2024 (change date):

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Sunday March 19 at 2:00 PM

Q&A with the Directors 


Identity  | New York Premiere — NARRATIVE SHORT TRAILER

David Tarleton, Adria Dawn | United States | 2022 | 7:46 mins   

A group of kids question who they are. The film follows a transgender boy who deals with cyberbullying, as straight, gay, non-binary, and trans kids explore their gender and pronouns, discovering the true value of friendship and support. This film was made in collaboration with middle and high school-aged LGBTQ youth, to tell their stories for social change.


Private View  | US Premiere — DOC SHORT

Sarah Myland | United Kingdom | 2022 | 16:56 mins      

Two British artists: the lesbian portrait painter Sadie Lee and the non-binary writer Libro Levi Bridgeman happen to have been born on the same day. They meet to collaborate on a portrait of Libro and discuss their lives from the 1980s onwards. Now, after 3 years, Sadie is ready to uncover the painting. This short documentary follows Sadie and Libro's friendship and the collaboration's surprising reveal. The portrait is a first for art, important for queer politics and sensational to see. Showing a queerer side of queer we've never seen before.


Finding The Light  | New York Premiere — DOC SHORT TRAILER

Brandon Haynes | United States | 2022 | 22:20 mins      

The story of Donna Hylton and her social justice non profit "A Little Piece of Light" which uses her experience in the prison system to support reform and reentry of other black women and LGBTQ


My Otherland: Linden Jordan  | New York Premiere — DOC SHORT

John R Bowey | United States | 2022 | 28:30 mins           


My Otherland' explores the challenges of alienation and stigma - and what it takes to make the right choice, between living a double life, or being authentic, and risking stigma and judgement. Linden's story offers a refreshing insight into navigating life as his authentic self.


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