From claymation to film effects and photo collage, these are shorts with a persistent queer vision.
Total running time 77 mins
Down with the patriarchy, one Barbie and Ken doll at a time.
Director Kai Stanicke
A British Indian woman and her father discuss their opposing views on family and sexuality.
Director Kate Jessop
A simple narrated letter of freedom and independence from a suffocating mother.
Director Isabel Cordovil
Tiny, genderless figurines dance to J S Bach as their environment gives way and glitches out.
Director Soyoon Kim
South Korea 2015
For the Best
An expressive and dynamic portrait of a man waiting for the object of his desire to make a big decision.
Director Youyang Yu
One lovely, beautifully animated and stylish exploration of gender, bodies and transformation.
Director Dar Loar
Two girls, young and in love, move backwards through the city.
Director Petersen Vargas
A harrowing look at the culture of ‘curing’ homosexuality, which still persists today.
Director Nataly Lebouleux
A young girl’s budding understanding of queer culture and herself in a beautiful mix of film, doodles and Boy George.
Director Sonali Gulati
The Saint of Dry Creek
A beautiful tale of a young queer boy who, in 1950s America, realises his father’s unconditional love.
Director Julie Zammarchi