Tales of Connectedness
Synopsis: 7 Prideful films that celebrate change, acceptance, and love.
Couple of Guys
by Debra Markowitz (USA)
A newly divorced attorney comes out and is ready to live it up with a flirtatious rocker.
by Victoria Negri (USA)
Tanya realizes she’s asexual and the highly sexually charged world she lives in as an actress and partner begins to fall apart, resembling an unbearable nightmare.
by Don Mc Camphill (UK/ Ireland)
Two strangers meet but no words are spoken. Silently, invisibly, a magical thing begins.
by Joni Renee Whitworth (USA)
“Lilies” is a queer love story set during 2020’s COVID lockdowns.
by Samir Rehem, Francis Gélinas, and Hervé Baillargeon (Canada)
About Sex is a funny, surprising, informative, uncensored series about teenagers and sex.
God’s Daughter Dances
by Sungbin Byun (South Korea)
A transgender dancer, Shin-mi, gets a call from the Military Manpower Administration.
Doesn’t Fall Far
by Joshua Michael Payne (USA)
One Friday night. Two exposed secrets. Three lives forever changed.