Shorts: 10 Things I Hate About Dykes
Sat Nov 13, 18:30
Film,Q+A, Rose Lipman Building, £5 / £0 con
But mostly I hate, that I don't hate dykes. Not even a little bit, not even at all... - Julia Stiles, 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
Pull up a bar stool and lean in to this knowing camp-y celebration of lesbian weakness and strength through romcom tropes. From slow burning romance on a dirt road to splashing sequined cowgirls in a dirty bar, this programme of sapphic shorts dives into the heart-wrenching joys of dyke desire. Yeehaw!
JUST MARRIED | dir. Kat Macmillan | USA 2021 | 4’
Desperately Seeking dyke representation?
LEAP | dirs. Juan Baio, Eino Antonio | Argentina 2021 | 3’
A very short short about daring to go for it.
PUSSY CRUISING | dirs. Masa Zia Lenardic, Anja Wutej | Germany 2021 | 8’
A literal imagining of a future liberals/dykes want
NAILS | dir. Pippa McCormick | UK 2021 | 3’
A cheeky lol brings a canonical trope into the present.
ROAD KILL| dir. Aliza Bruder | USA 2021 | 16’
A rural soft butch/femme slow-burn on a dusty road.
MY MOTHER'S GIRLFRIEND | dir. Arun Fulara | India 2021 | 15’
Renuka and Sadiya are women in love, navigating family and sexuality.
BURNING | dir. Paula Alves | Brazil 2020 | 20’
A mesmerising, surreal, messy archival work sees 2 people explore their shared memories.
FLORENCE | dir. Pauline Quinonero | Brazil 2019 | 5’
With allusions to early dyke filmmaker Su Friedrich, a short experimental work on lost love.
MORE HAPPINESS | dir. Livia Huang | USA 2021 | 14’
A stunning exploration of family, desire, and culture.
LONELY COWGIRL | dir. Lydia Garnett | UK 2020 | 5’
Starring local lez-gends, this Trouble Wanted music video is the future of lesbian tropes.
CW: some nudity, discussions of homophobia, and un-simulated sex
The films all have closed captions (CC),
and there is BSL Interpretation for the intro/Q&A
Programme supported by Film Hub London, managed by Film London. Proud to be a partner of the BFI Film Audience Network, funded by the National Lottery. www.filmlondon.org.uk/filmhub