2024: 29 June - 14 July

Pride Day: Sat 13 July

South West Queer Shorts

3 - 26 July

At home

Pay What You Feel

Rating: 15+


Taken from our call for submissions we present a selection of LGBT+ short films showcasing home-grown talent from the South West.

Wake Up! It’s Yesterday, 10m
Julieta Tetelbaum

Wake Up! It’s Yesterday’ is an existentialist-queer-feminist short film directed by Julieta Tetelbaum. It was filmed in New York City during the pandemic in 2021. ‘Wake Up! It’s Yesterday’ is a journey to the mind of a cotton candy vendor on her way home from work.

What if? 10m
Teresa Garratty

After a bad break-up, Jess focuses on rebuilding her life and her self esteem. Dating someone new might help, but what if it all goes wrong? Only one way to find out.

AMEN 1m 30s
Erick Edwardson

The philosophy of a man was built on a religion of masculinity praising the manliest in a pursuit of hedonistic attraction. Uprooted one cafeteria riot at a time by a spectrum of queer identities questioning and questioned by this orthodox belief.

Liberty 11m
David Ellington

The cold, cold shudder / of a world craving / blood, blood, blood. / Every day blood. / Leeching my freedom. / My freedom. / I will fight / to save my freedom.” David Ellington brings to life his poignant and political BSL poem, Liberty, in a new highly-visual, poetic and physically realised short film commissioned by Ad Infinitum and HOME. This filmic poem draws on visual vernacular and BSL to examine what sets us apart, and what unites us. David has been collaborating with Ad Infinitum since 2016 and we are delighted to be able to commission him.

Let’s cook spaghetti! 3m
Cole Payce

The clown and his ghost husband go to the supermarket to get ingredients for spaghetti, however, it doesn’t go to plan.

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