Saturday 3rd August

Men's Shorts

MEN'S SHORTS

Saturday 3rd August

3:30pm

Light House Cinema

The greatest stories are not held back by barriers or borders. In this collection
of shorts we take a trip to London via Lebanon, to the jungles of Peru straight
up to the good outdoors of Canada. In each, a new story, unique in its own way, but universal in its sense of empathy, understanding, and desire. Sometimes silly, often sexy, and others shocking in their honesty. Just because they’re short, doesn’t mean they don’t pack a punch. SMcG.

FOUR QUARTETS

Marco Alessi, UK, 2018, 11’

Young Raf finds joy on the dancefloor, and not with the cool crowd, in this joyous and sonically resplendent short.


MARCO

Saleem Haddad, UK, 2019, 22’

Depleted Omar is dodging calls from his family in Lebanon. When he invites over Spanish sex-worker Marco for some needed relief, he realises they have more in common than he initially thought.


FOR SOMEBODY ELSE

James Cooper UK, 2018, 4’


He’s a private dancer, a dancer for money.

CARLITO LEAVES FOREVER

Quentin Lazzarotto, Peru, 2018, 8’

In the deep of the Amazon jungle, indigenous Carlito knows that something is calling him — and driving him — from his home.


STARVING BOYS

Raphaël Massicotte, Canada, 2018, 7’


A Daddy, a Twink and a Bear — and some full frontal nonsense in this frothy, fun and sexy romp.


JUAN OF THE WITCHES

Andrew Houchens, Mexico, 2019, 18’


An intimate portrait of the rich life of 82-year-old ballet performer Juan Medellín told with joyous flourishes of animation.

 

PARKING

Ahmad Seyfipour, Iran, 2018, 9’


When a thief finds two men having sex in the back of a car the power games start
— what’s worse, three months in jail for theft, or death for loving another man?
A challenging, provocative and insightful short from Iran.


AMONG STUDENTS

Jannik Gensler, Germany, 2019, 10’


Herr Brand wants to stand up to the homophobic boys in his class who taunt another student, but is just as afraid as young Lias. In a moment of solidarity between teacher and student, a dangerous mistake is made.


LASTING MARKS

Charlie Lyne, UK, 2018, 14’


The award-winning documentary by the director of Beyond Clueless, uncovering the truth behind the shocking Operation Spanner, when sixteen men were put on trial for crimes for sadomasochism — which they consensually enjoyed together.

Supported by Bukkake..

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