qFLIX Worcester 2018 LGBTQ+ Mixed Shorts Program

Sunday, October 14, 2018, 11:00 AM

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Directed by Scott T. Hinson, 2017, 9 minutes, USA

A short romantic thriller that explores the emotional aftermath of a one-night stand (and the inherent risks of hook-up culture) as a lonely man imagines what life might be like with a mysterious stranger he picks up on the New York City subway. 2018 Iris Award nominee!


Directed by Tristan Titiloy, 12 minutes, France

After recently moving to Paris, Agnès finds herself delivering a letter to Milane, a local barista. From there the two acquaintances grow closer.




Directed by Faraz Arif Ansari, 2017, 16 minutes, India

There’s much talk about the language of love — the beauty, the poesy, the intricacy and the eloquence.



Directed by Susan Jacobson, 2017, 18 minutes, UK

Full of comedy and human vulnerability, this is a story of recovery and the redemptive nature of love.




Directed by Tom Crane, 2017, 7 minutes, USA

A sexy single father goes to extreme measures to provide for his young daughter.



Happy Birthday, Marsha!

Directed by Reina Gossett & Sasha Wortzel, 2016, 14 minutes, USA

Happy Birthday, Marsha! is a fictional short film that imagines transgender rights pioneers Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera in the hours leading to the 1969 Stonewall riots in New York City. The film stars Mya Taylor as Marsha P. Johnson.



Directed by Albert M. Chan and Anthony Grasso, 2017, 7 minutes, USA

This award-winning short takes a few daring steps forward, in a “confessional” style, revealing one man’s message from a troubled vision to an awakening from isolation back to humanity.


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