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Iris Prize LGBTQ+ Shorts

Iris Prize LGBTQ+ Shorts
Iris Prize LGBTQ+ Shorts

Year

2022

Duration

67 minutes

Genres

Documentary, Drama, Short Films

Language

Dutch / English / Gaelic (English subtitles)


Synopsis

These five short films were all featured in the Iris Prize film festival, a Cardiff-based LGBTQ+ short film festival which celebrates and champions LGBTQ+ titles and filmmakers.

The titles focus on issues around gender and sexuality, specifically trans characters and issues, with messages which are ultimately positive and uplifting.

A resource exploring the titles in greater detail is also available to download.

Between Us (2016, Ireland, Irish Gaelic, 11 mins, 14+)

A teenager assigned male at birth starts to present as a woman in this Irish language drama.

Dawn (2016, UK, English, 13 mins, 14+)

A trans woman meets a blind man which leads to an enlightening conversation.

Something About Alex (2017, Netherlands, Dutch, 19 mins, 14+)

Dutch film about a teenager going through puberty who attempts to reconcile with his gender identity.

Take Your Partners (2016, UK, English, 11 mins, 11+)

A non-binary child, assigned female at birth, dislikes traditionally feminine hobbies.

Tomgirl (2015, US, English, 14 mins, 11+)

An uplifting documentary about a child assigned male at birth whose gender identity is more fluid.

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