Browse films by

Browse Short Films

All # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Browse

Battle of amfAR

USA | 2013 | 40 minutes | Jeffrey Friedman, Rob Epstein

Epstein and Friedman (The Celluloid Closet, Paragraph 175) recount the creation of the American Foundation for AIDS Research, centering on the partnership between research scientist Dr. Mathilde Krim and movie star Elizabeth Taylor.

Burger

United Kingdom | 2013 | 11 minutes | Mangus Mork

In a Cardiff burger bar catering to late-night revelers, everybody’s after something. And tonight, anything goes.

In Their Room: London

USA | 2013 | 35 minutes | Travis Mathews

A number of highly naturalistic and insightfully candid interviews with guys of all ages, shapes, and sizes talking about sex, dating and intimacy in London.

It's Not a Cowboy Movie

France | 2012 | 12 minutes | Benjamin Parent

After watching Brokeback Mountain, two sets of teenaged friends share surprising reactions and revelations.

Linda LeThorn & the Musicbox

USA | 2012 | 17 minutes | Meg Skaff

Inside of a dysfunctional love triangle, Linda LeThorn is brought to her breaking point by a possessed music box she inherits from her Aunt Lucinda.

The Naturalist

USA | 2012 | 20 minutes | Connor Hurley

In a genetically modified society where deviance is punishable by death, a gay man must choose between his love, his dignity, and his survival.

The Painted Girl

USA | 2013 | 6 minutes | Ben Kadie

WaveMaker Award for Excellence in Youth Filmmaking: Grand Jury Prize

Megan is a 16-year-old graffiti artist who uses her art to share an important message for her mother.

Spooners

USA | 2013 | 14 minutes | Bryan Horch

Best Short Film: SIFF 2013 Golden Space Needle Awards

When a gay couple goes shopping for a new mattress, their sleeping together becomes a hilarious matter of opinion.

Taboule

Spain | 2011 | 4 minutes | Richard García Vazquez

There’s more than one method to counting the ways you love someone.

Win or Lose

USA | 2012 | 16 minutes | Daniel Koehler

An art project becomes an opportunity to stand up and be recognized in this inspiring story from the struggle for marriage equality.

1 2