LGBT Short Films, Sene Film Music & Arts Festival
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About the Event
LGBT Short Films
Saturday, June 19 | 6:00 pm | Theatre 82 | 82 Rolfe Square, Cranston, RI 02910
Q&A with attending filmmakers after the screening
Reshaping Beauty: Round In All The Right Places (Tom Goss) - Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. But we live in a world that is obsessed with one specific, narrow type of beauty. How would our perceptions of beauty change if we dared to idealize other types of beauty?
Summer Vacation - A teenage girl navigates sexuality and intimacy via a dating app.
Night and Day - Night and Day is a story of two lives, an uncle and his nephew. Neither has ever met. In fact the nephew never knew of his uncle's existence until his own coming out to his family. These two men lived very different lives due to the time periods in which they were born. The story is uniquely told via a puppet stage and marionettes.
Plunge - A couple enter new territory.
Sunset Park, warehouse - Director Dazhi Huang in attendance - Miguel, a community college student, encounters his ex-lover Boris, a Russian warehouse truck driver, at an industrial area in Sunset Park, Brooklyn through Grindr. After hesitations, they reconnect.
Friends Like That - After getting dumped, Maia seeks solace by crashing with her best ex Alex.
Ticking Boxes - Matt, a stereotypical hetero white male, feels he has life figured out by following the status quo. This all changes when he meets Ryan and the illusion of his idyllic life begins to crumble.
Doesn't Fall Far - A Father and a Son each have a secret. When both secrets come to light in the span of an evening, the two men must decide how to move forward in an attempt to salvage their relationship.
Kama'āina (Child of the Land) - A queer sixteen-year-old girl, Mahina, must navigate life on the streets in Oahu, until she eventually finds refuge at the Pu’uhonua o Wai’anae––Hawaiʻi’s largest organized homeless encampment.
TarGay - Director/Producer Rachel Garlin in attendance - Out singer-songwriter Rachel Garlin sings an original song about the perils of shopping at Target during the lead-up to pride month.
Tickets $10/$7 seniors/students Available at the door