SATURDAY SHORTS

Films

10 TITLES

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Available on 10/10/2020 6am
All the Saturday Short films.

I SEE YOU NOW

Stuck at home during the 2020 quarantine, a religious father struggles to connect with his gay daughter, over weekly video calls. But when Dad finds an unlikely ally--his daughter's partner--he finally sees them both, in their full humanity.

BRIDESMAID

Jean, who is neutral in appearance, is forced to go home and put on her bridesmaid dress for the coming of her sister’s wedding. But things go differently when Jean and her girlfriend meet her drunk father at the stir-fried food restaurant that night.

CLOSETS KEEP SUBURBAN BOYS HOME

Two boys struggle with love and heartbreak in closeted suburbia.

NOT YOUR ORDINARY SISTER

A queer satire which addresses both the startling popularity of lesbian vampire films as well as the lack of proper representation in queer cinema on the subject of queerness within the conservative and patriarchal religious organizations (lesbian nuns / lesbian ex-nuns).

UNCONDITIONAL

After his mom leaves him home alone, Cameron can explore his true self and interests in femininity. Although he is young, he is aware of society’s expectations on boys and must face his own insecurities.

MY MATTACHINE

A troubled gay man's search for connection in the 1970s/80s on the Southside of Chicago. An experimental animation documentary.

BAKLA

Brandon, a queer Filipino-American, meditates through his anxiety of having to tell his grandmother, Happy Birthday.

XY

Lísa is struggling with secrets about her body and uncomfortable visits to the doctor until she is finally able to find a compassionate ear in her estranged best friend Bryndis who breaks through to Lisa with loving acceptance.

DIRTY

A trans teenager and his boyfriend cut class to lose their virginities.

AFTER THAT PARTY

Leo had never imagined he would see his Dad kissing another man in the middle of a party... Until it happened. Now, with the help of Carol, his best friend, he has to find the most perfect way to tell his Dad that he found out about his secret.