Shorts: Opening Up
Fri Nov 13, 21:15
Film, Online, £5 / £1 con
Sexuality is a journey with no final destination, it is all about the ride. In these steaming and thought provoking hot shorts we will show you that the path to fulfilment favours those who are ready to open up and explore.
THEY THROUGH THEM | dir. Joan Galo | Spain 2020 | 11’
A beautiful erotic tinged exploration of non-binary experience.
MES CHÉRIS | dir. Ethan Folk & Ty Wardwell | Germany 2020 | 12’
Bat Boi takes on the role of Chéri in this bon voyage to his boobs. Subverting the tropes of straight porn, this fusion of documentary and porn is a powerful act of self-love.
CW: Un-simulated sex
GLOAMING | dir. Vex Ashley | UK 2018 | 10’
In the void between day and night, two bodies penetrate each other in the indigo haze.
CW: Un-simulated sex
THREESOME | dir. Nyko Piscopo | Italy 2020 | 3’
Quarantine meant some gay couples had to start having sex with each other again, shock horror!!! This playful hybrid of stop-motion and dance taps into the desires of sexual freedoms locked down.
BLED OUT | dir. Pauline Curnier Jardin | Germany 2020 | 17'
A post menstrual reimagining of Genet’s queer classic ‘Un chant d’amour’ is a defiant reclaiming of space and sexuality.
FAGDYKE CRUISING | dir. Toni Karat | Germany 2019 | 16'
Two strangers cruising for a simple thrill lock eyes in the subway station, but the destination of their hook-up will take them to the unexpected. This scorching hot exploration of BDSM and anonymous sexual encounters is the perfect climax for your night.
CW: Un-simulated sex, BDSM
Access to this event is included in the Friday Night Pass which is available at a Pay What You Can, General Admission and Fringe! Donation price level.
Supported by Feeld, the first dating app for couples and singles. Open to all genders and sexual identities, Feeld is dedicated to creating an inclusive space where everyone can be honest with themselves while being responsible towards others.
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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