2024: 29 June - 14 July

Pride Day: Sat 13 July

South West Shorts

Sunday 7 July

Watershed

5pm

£11/8.50/5

Rating: 18 (CTBA)

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Showcasing the best new short films from the South West

A staple inclusion of Queer Vision Film Festival, this programme compiles the best short film submissions received from South West-based LGBT+ filmmakers. Be among the first to experience these refreshing and radical new films from homegrown talent on the big screen. And, as partner to the Iris Prize, the winning entrant from our shortlist will be directly entered to compete in the Best of British category – to be announced on the night!

The House Nobody Wanted
Jo Kimber | 2024 | 7min
A meditative ode to growing older, gay gods and finding joy along the way.

Clan
Jaime Lock | 2024 | 11.5min
On the Isles of Scilly, trans teenager, Cam, feels awkward and out of place among the community. When Teän arrives, Cam finally feels seen.

Queer Enough
Gemma Reynolds | 2024 | 1.5min
On the way to attend a queer book club, a bisexual woman anxiously contemplates the big step.

Cara Mamma
Sky Neal | 2024 | 24.5min
In this short documentary, dancer Naissa and his mum Daniela narrate a series of personal letters, exploring Naissa’s transition, Daniela’s fears for her child, and their shared journey to understanding.

Water’s Edge
Jason Barker | 2024 | 15min
In near future rural Somerset, Anna has vowed to be a happily married woman. But the arrival of a troupe of travelling players on the farm shakes her beliefs…

Quarter Life Crisis
Katie Boyes | 2024 | 6min
On the cusp of 25, Milly is coping with pressures of family, love, and not knowing where her life is headed.

King Henry
Harry Faint | 2023 | 13min
Prom night at a Cornish secondary school in 2010. Two teens are up for the crown, but some teachers have their concerns.

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